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American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia. 

Papers on Mexican, Central and South American Indians, 
1605- 22 v., 11 items, and 4 reels of tape. 

In American Philosophical Society Library (Philadel- 
phia) 

Chiefly studies (1605-1837) in Spanish, Latin, and Ger- 
man of Arawak, Aztec, Cakchikel, Chorti, Guarani, Mixe, 
and otiier languages and hieroglyphics, with dictionaries? 
vocabularies, Christian doctrine and sermons in the various 
Indian languages. Includes papers on antiquities, archeol- 
ogy, and history Authors of the papers include Francisco 
R^(b 1859), Thomas Coto, Gonzalo de Doblaz (1744- 
1809), Guillermo Dupais, William More Gabb (1839-1878). 
Antonio de Leon y Gama (1735-1802), Pedro Lozano, Fran- 
cisco Maldonado, Francisco Moran, Adriaan Reland, An- 

wT t ^l TteodQr S 6 ^ 2 ' Francisco de Veres, and 
Walter 5- Wilbur. 

Cataloged individually in the library. Also described by 
John F. Freeman in Proceedings of the American Phikv 
sophical Society, v. 106, no. 6 (1962), p. 530-40, and in A 
guide to manuscripts relating to the American Indian in the 
library of the American Philosophical Society (1964) 

Gifts of Joel Roberts Poinsett, 1820-33; Academia" de 
Uencias de Guatemala through Mariano Galvez, 1836: and 
others, 1818-1943. ' 



a • ™.- . MS 63-2 

American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia. 
Papers on North American Indians, 1721- 
ca. 5 ft and 35 reels of microfilm. 

Tn American Philosophical Society Library (Philadel- 
phia) 

1^ Li part, transcripts (typewritten), photocopies (positive) 

m Documents, papers, and correspondence relating to North 

American Indian linguistics, ethnology, sociology, and 
antiquities. The collection is strongest in linguistic material 
especially of the various tribes of the Five and Six Nations: 
and m historic documents and later studies relating to Penn- 
sylvania Indians. Other papers relate to various Indian 
tribes _and localities and contain information on linguistics, 
medicine, myths, legends, religious customs and other rites 
and ceremonies, songs, names, relics, and mounds. Includes 
minutes and documents of conferences and treaties with 
■??J«r* re of "» ^dian conference held at Easton, Pa. 
ffV)iS2f"¥*'? Conestoga, Pa. (1721), at Albany, 
N. •£-. (1722), and at Carlisle, Pa. (1753); report (1754) of 
Pennsylvania Commissioners to Make a Treaty with the Six 
Nations; and bibliography and analyses (1950-53) of Frank 
C. Deering's collection of Indian captivities. Contributors 
include: Charles Marius Barbeau (b. 1883), Benjamin Smith 
Barbeau (1766-1815), Jesse Cornplanter, Benjamin Hawkins 
(1754-1816), Matthew S. Henry. Thomas Jefferson H H 
Kidder, John Kirk Townsend (1809-1851) Johann Severin 
Vater (1771-1826), John Wood '(1775-1822), and David 
Zeisberger (1721-1808). 

Cataloged individually in the library. Also described in 
A guide to manuscripts relating to the American Indian in 
tte library of the American Philosophical Society, by John 
^ F. Freeman (1964). J ' J 

m Photocopies open to investigators under restrictions 
accepted by the library. 

Gift of Thomas Jefferson, 1816-27, Peter Stephen Du 
Ponceau, 1816-40, authors and compilers (some as the result 
of grants to scholars by the Society), and others, 1816-1D63 • 
purchase, 1950-52. ' 



_ - MS 63-3 

Boas, Franz, 1858-1942. 

Collection of American Indian linguistics, 1875-1944 
ca.55ft. 

In American Philosophical Society Library (Philadel- 
phia) 

Anthropologist and linguist Field notes, linguistic 
studies, lexical files, dictionaries, grammars, Indian lan- 
guage texts, translations, and ethnological material, largely 
the work of scholars and native informants supported (1927- 
37) by the American Council of Learned Societies' Commit- 
tee on American Native Languages, of which Boas was 
chairman. Includes material submitted to Boas, his own re- 
searches; and papers of anthropological associates of Boas 
and Edward Sapir. The papers are strongest in languages 
of the Pacific coast of North America. Includes correspond- 
ence (1926-27) on the formation and publication plans of the 
Committee. 

Cataloged individually in the library. Also described in 
Index to the Franz Boas collection of materials for Ameri- 
can linguistics (1945) by Charles F. Voegelin and Z. S. 
Harris. 

Gift of the Boas heirs through the American Council of 
Learned Societies, 1944; W. G. Leland, 1956. 



MS63-4 
Boas, Franz, 1858-1942. 

Papers, ca. 1858-1942. ca. 50,000 items. 

In American Philosophical Society Library (Philadel- 
phia) 

Anthropologist and linguist Personal and professional 
correspondence, diaries, and family papers, including ma- 
terial on anthropology and linguistics in the United States, 
and the development of their study; and anthropology in 
Latin America; science, academic freedom, race, and similar 
subjects. 

Unpublished calendar in the library. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Gift of the Boas family. 



MS63-5 
Heckewelder, John Gottlieb Ernestus, 1743^1823. 

Papers, 1802-22. ca. 10 items, 4 v. and 1 reel microfilm. 

In American Philosophical Society Library (Philadel- 
phia) 

In part, microfilm (positive) of originals in the Moravian 
Archives, Bethlehem, Pa^ and in Harvard University 
Library. 

Moravian missionary to the Indians. Correspondence with 
Peter Stephen Du Ponceau and the Historical and Literary 
Committee of the American Philosophical Society, a paper 
on Delaware Indian place names and leaders, and other pa- 
pers, including material on history, manners, and languages 
of Indians in United States, particularly the Shawnee, Mo- 
hegan, and Algonquin tribes. 

Cataloged individually in the library. Correspondence 
with Du Ponceau published in Transactions of the American 
Philosophical Society^ N. S., v. 4 (1833) p. 351-396; the pa- 
per on Delaware place names and leaders, in Transactions of 
the Society's Historical and Literary Committee, v. 1 (1819) 
p. 351-448. 

Gifts. 



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t a* * t* MS 63—6 

Letters of French scientists, 1563-1925. 68 items. 

In American Philosophical Society Library (Philadel- 

Chiefly letters of nineteenth century French scientists on 
scientific questions of the period; and a registration certifi- 
cate (June 21, 1702) of a company formed to enable boats to 
come up the Loire River to Rouanne, for shipping wines. 

Individually cataloged in the library. 

Purchase, 1962. 



_. „ . MS 63-7 

Lingelbaeh, William Ezra, 1871-1962. 

Papers, ca. 5,000 items. 

In American Philosophical Society Library (Philadel- 

Historian. Mostly research and lecture notes, together 
with some correspondence. 
Gift of the Lingelbach family, 1963. 



«™ . MS 63-8 

CHbrechts, Frans M 1899- 

Papcrs, ca. 1905-30. ca. 4 ft. 

In American Philosophical Society Library (Philadel- 

Famish anthropologist Three lexical files, field note- 
books, and other papers on Iroquois languages, Iroquois In- 
dians, and the Seneca prophet, Handsome T^h> 

Table of contents in the library . 

Gift of Mrs. Olbrechts through A. E. Meeussen, 1959. 



.» _, _ MS 63-9 

Parker, Ely Samuel, 1828-1895. 

Papers, 1794-1946. ca. 600 items. 

In American Philosophical Society Library (Philadel- 

Army officer, U. S. Commissioner of Indian Affairs, engi- 
neer, and Seneca sachem. Biographical, ethnological, his- 
torical and linguistic papers concerning Indians. 

Table of contents in the library. Much of the material 
used by G. S. Snyderman in Function of wampum in Iro- 
quois religion, published in Proceedings of American Philo- 
sophical Society, v. 105 (1961) p. 571-608. 

Gift of A. C. Parker, 1950. 



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Parsons, Elsie Worthington (dews) 1875-1941 
Papers, 18S5-194L 9 ft. (ca. li,900items) 
Li American Philosophical Society Library (Philadel- 

Anthropologist and f olklorist Correspondence, 77 note- 
books, drawings, mask and hat designs, ca. 600 photos., ca. 
265 negatives, and other papers, relating to folklore and 
ethnology of the southwest, the southern Negro, Central 
America, and the West Indies; and to Mrs. Parson's work 
for the American Folklore Society and the American 
Anthropological Association. 

List of items in the library. 

Gift of the Parsons family, 1949. 



MS63-11 
Radin, Paul, 1883-1959. 

Papers, undated. 10 ft. 

In American Philosophical Society Library (Philadel- 
phia) 

Indian myth and language studies, chiefly Winnebago and 
Zapotec. Includes lexicons, dictionaries, notebooks in syl- 
labary, phonetic and English texts of myths, legends and 
tales. 

Described by John Freeman in Proceedings of the Ameri- 
can Philosophical Society, v. 106, no. 6 (1962) p. 530-540. 

Gift of Mrs. Doris Radin, 1960. 

MS63-1S 
Bobbins, William Jacob, 1890- 

Papers, 1938-62. ca. 250 items. 

In American Philosophical Society Library (Philadel- 
phia) 

Botanist Mostly correspondence with Dr. Albert Francis 
Blakeslee (1874-1954) relating to his work at the Smith Col- 
lege Genetic Experiment Station, botany, and other topics. 

Individually cataloged in the library. 

Gift of Dr. Bobbins, 1959-63. 

„ t . „ MS63-13 

Sabin, Florence Rena, 1871-1953. 

Papers, 1907-40. ca. 20,100 items. 

In American Philosophical Society Library (Philadel- 
phia) 

Anatomist. Mainly correspondence relating to tubercu- 
losis and cancer studies, and the Rockefeller Institute, New 
York. 
Gift of the Rockefeller Institute, 1964. 

MS 63-14™ 
Speck, Frank Gouldsmith, 1881-1950. 

Papers, 1840-1950. ca. 28 ft 

In American Philosophical Society Library (Philadel- 
phia) 

Papers on anthropology of Indians, Eskimos, and people 
on other continents, including files on the circumpolar re- 
gions, the Northeast, the Southeast, the Plains, the South- 
west, the Northwest coast, Latin America, Africa, Asia, 
Oceania and Australia, and Europe; papers on natural his- 
tory, biography, and Columbia University lectures; and 
diaries, notebooks, and notes in the Cherokee syllabary (22 
items, 1840-1932) chiefly by William West Long and Morgan 
Calhoun. Indexed and arranged by Anthony F. C. Wallace. 

Unpublished calendar in the library. 

Gifts of Mrs. Speck, 1950-52; William N. Fenton, 1951; 
John Witthoft, 1952; University of Pennsylvania Museum, 
1958. 



MS 63-15 
Swann, William Francis Gray, 1884-1962. 

Papers, ca. 1900-62. ca. 50,000 items. 

In American Philosophical Society Library (Philadel- 
phia) 

Physicist Correspondence covering Swann's life and in- 
terests, including his job seeking and the work of the BartojA 
Research Foundation of the Franklin Institute, Philadel- 
phia ; and articles covering subjects including atomic physics, 
atmospheric electricity, acceleration of particles, cosmic rays 
and energies, electrodynamics, magnetism, music, physics, 
radiation, stratospheric flights, and wave mechanics. 

Alphabetical listing of MS. articles available in the 
library. 

Gift of the Swann family, 1962. 



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MS 63-16 
Anglo-Mexican Company, ltd. 

Records, 1815-35. 601. 

In University of Arizona Library. 

Financial records concerning salaries, wages, and operat- 
ing expenses of the Valenciana Mine and other mines in 
the Guanajuato Mining District, Mexico, mostly 1825-40. 
Includes a few records (1813) of Nuestra Senora de Guada- 
lupe Mine. 



MS 63-17 
Carter, Henry Edwin, b. 1885. 
Papers, ca. 1910-40. 56 ft. 

In University of California at Los Angeles Library. 
Los Angeles lawyer and California State senator. Corre- 
spondence and papers relating to Carter's law practice and 
his tenure in the California State Senate. 
Unpublished register in the library. 
Gift 



MS63-18 
Baepler, Walter August, 1893- 

Doctrinal unity collection, 1952-57. ca. 1000 items. 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St. Louis) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Lutheran clergyman and administrator. Correspondence, 
minutes, credentials, lists of delegates, and other papers, on 
relations among constituent synods of Evangelical Lutheran 
Synodical Conference of North America, of which Baepler 
was president (1953-57) , and on doctrinal unity of Lutheran 
churches. Includes material on Missouri Synod's Committee 
on Doctrinal Unity, of which Baepler was chairman, on 
Synodical Conference's Doctrinal Unity Committee, and on 
conference conventions of 1954 and 1956. Correspondents 
include John William Behnken, Martin Franzmann, O. Hoff- 
mann, Sari Kurth, G. Lallegard, N. Madson, O. Naumann, 
H. M Otto, P. Rabaj, and other leaders of Evangelical 
Lutheran Joint Synod of Wisconsin and Other States, 
Lutheran Church — Missouri Synod, Norwegian Synod of 
the American Evangelical Lutheran Church, and Slovak 
Evangelical Lutheran Church. 

Open to investigators under repository restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in repository. 

Gift of George J. Beto, 196L 



MS 63-19 
Concordia Historical Institute, St. Low*. 

Lutheran Church — Missouri Synod Christian primary 
education collection, 1851-1949. ca. 2 ft (ca. 250 items) and 
1 reel of microfilm (positive) 
In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St Louis) 
Correspondence, newspaper clippings, and other papers 
dealing with the relation of Lutheran parochial schools to 
compulsory education laws, specifically in Illinois (collected 
mainly by A. Pf otenhauer under the title Zur Schulfrage, 
1890-1919), in Oregon (collected with miscellaneous corre- 
spondence by J. C- Baur and F. W. J. Sylvester under the 
Ajr heading Oregon school campaign, 1924) and papers from 
the Michigan school controversy (1920-24) ; material deal- 
ing with tie income tax status of parochial school teachers 
under the Eggen tax exemption case, 1949 ; minutes from the 
Lutheran School Conferences (1851-54) ; and minutes of the 
Lutheran School Superintendents' Conferences (1921-46) 
material relating to the history, problems and development 
of Sunday schools within the Lutheran Church-Missouri 
Synod. 



Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

In part gifts from A. O. Fuerbringer, A. C. SteDhorn, 
L J. Dierker, and M Haendschke, 1958-62. Part of the col- 
lection was formerly owned by Concordia Teachers College, 
River Forest, HL, and Western District of the Lutheran - 
Church, Missouri Synod. 

MS68-20 
Concordia Historical Institute, St. Low. 

Lutheran Church — Missouri Synod Christian secondary 
education collection, 1885-1959. 5 ft. (ca. 1300 items) 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St Louis) 

Papers relating to the Association of Lutheran t L e. Mis- 
souri Synod] Secondary Schools; prospectus for workshops 
in religion for Lutheran secondary schools; material con- 
cerned with the relation of changing times to secondary 
schools; correspondence (1945-54) on the formation of 
Lutheran high schools; correspondence to the editors of the 
periodical ^Lutheran educatioirand to the Board for Parish 
Education of the Lutheran Church— Missouri Synod ; finan- 
cial reports and other records (1945-54) from Luther Insti- 
tute, Chicago, HI. ; general reports (1952-54) from Lutheran 
high schools in the Chicago area to the Lutheran High 
School Association of greater Chicago ; reports and cam- 
paign records for the St Louis Lutheran High School Fund 
Drive (1955) ; brief historical outlines of the Lutheran 
Church-Missouri Synod's preparatory schools (1918-32) 
located at Biver Forest, EL, Seward, Neb., Fort Wayne, 
Ind., Winfield, KaiL, Bronxville, N. Y., Con over , N. C, 
Edmonton, Alte-, Austin, Tex., and Milwaukee, Wis^ com- 
piled by H. Horst; first draft of a history of Concordia 
Teachers College, Seward, Neb. (1890-1953) by H. Simon, 
entitled College on a cornfield; minutes (1928-35) of the 
Board of Trustees of Concordia College, Conover, N. C; 
material (1885-1905) dealing with the Walther College 
Association of St Louis, including students' names, grades, 
and tuition records, stockholders' certificates, and general 
correspondence from the association. 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

Information on literary rights available at the repository. 

Part deposit and part gift from various sources, 1953-61. 

MS68-21 
Concordia Historical Institute, St. Lorn*. 

Lutheran Church— Missouri Synod congregational rec- 
ords collection, 1844-1958. ca. 8 ft (ca. 950 items) 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St Louis) 

Congregational minutes, financial records, baptismal, con- 
firmation and marriage registers, some correspondence to 
church officials, miscellaneous pamphlets, and church bulle- 
tins. Congregations included and dates of their records are : 
St John's Lutheran Church, Chester, DL (1880-«5), Zion 
Lutheran Church, Chicago, HL (1882-1925), St Paul's 
Lutheran Church, Chicago, HL (1846-95), The Lutheran 
Church, Robinson, HI. (1953-56), St John's Lutheran 
Church, Adrian, Mich. (1847-1919), Zion Lutheran Church, 
Gravelton, Mo. (1857-1949), Immanuel Lutheran Church, 
Pevely, Mo. (1896-1950), Trinity Lutheran Church, Black- 
wood Creek, Neb. (1889-1915), Grace Lutheran Church, 
Trenton, Neb. (1887-1916), St John's Lutheran Church, 
Oshurn, Neb. (1899-1906), St Paul's Lutheran Church, 
Tremont, N. T. (1920-25), Trinity Lutheran Church, Buf- 
falo, N. Y. (1880-1958), and First Trinity Lutheran 
Church, Tonawanda. N. Y. (1844-1924) 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

Information on literary rights available at the repository. 

In part gifts and in part loans from the respective congre- 
gations, 1956-62. 



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MS63-22 
Concordia Historical Institute, St. Louis. 

Lutheran Church— Missouri Synod pastoral' conferences, 
1849-19G1. ca.4ft (ca. 350 items) 
In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St. Louis) 
Minutes, with a few pieces of correspondence and other 
papers of the following conferences: Southern Indiana Pas- 
toral Conference (1849-72), Special Pastoral Conferences 
of Perry and Cape Girardeau counties, Mo. (1850-79), 
Saginaw, Mich. Special Conference (1852-89), St. Louis, 
Mo. Pastoral Conferences (1853-1960), Buffalo, N. T. Dis- 
trict, Local, and Special Conferences (1855-1907), Balti- 
more, Md. Special Conferences (1868-74), Southern Con- 
ference of the Illinois District (1875-85), Pastoral Conf er- 

n?J f o Mi 1° U l (1892 ^ 5) ' :Eastern (English) Conference 
(i894r-98), bouth-east Missouri Conference (1900-28) Spe- 
cial and Pastoral Conferences of Litchfield, HL (1911-24) 

^i^ 16 -.^ 7 * 11 MaBit °ba-Saskatchewan District Convention* 
(1961). Most of the material is in German. 
Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository 

n^^°L W ' V-c SnC f p ' p - Koeni & and tiie Lutheran 
Church— Missouri Synod, 1957-6L 

n ..' "__ . , , MS63-23 

Concordia Historical Institute, St. Louis. 

St. Louis collection, 1839-1956. 9 ft. (ca. 4400 items) 

In Concordia Historical Institute, collections (St. Louis) 
In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Financial records (1893-96) in German, of the St. Louis 
Gesamtjunglingsverein; correspondence (1947-51) relating 
to the content and circulation of the St Louis Lutheran, a 
church newspaper; sermons, programs, clippings and corre- 
spondence relating to the St Louis Noonday Lenten Serv- 
ices, a radio broadcast supported by Missouri Synod 
Lutheran Churches in the St Louis area; congregational 
records (1850-90) of the Immanuel Lutheran Church, St 
Louis; correspondence about and reports from KFTJO, a 

radio station owned and operated by the Lutheran Church 

Missouri Synod; a history of the St. Louis Lutheran Con- 
valescent Home (1922-55) ; correspondence, reports and 
financial records of the Lutheran City Missions of St Louis; 
minutes and reports (1914-56) of the Lutheran Orphan's 
Home, St. Louis; minutes (1910) of the Bethlehem Lutheran 
Church, St. Louis; minutes (1939-48) of th$ Association of 
Evangelical Lutheran Sunday Schools of St. Louis; congre- 
gational records (1856-88) and minutes (1839-53) of the 
Trinity Lutheran Church, St Louis. 
Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 
Information on literary rights available at the repository. 
Gift and deposit, 1953-58. 

MS 63-24 
Concordia Theological Seminary, St. Louis. 

Records, 1855-1960. ca. 2100 items. 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St Louis) 

In part, transcripts. 

Correspondence, minutes, legal papers, vouchers, con- 
tracts, bids, and other papers, concerning construction of 
seminary buildings (completed in 1926); faculty opinions 
on doctrine and practice including, engagement, marriage, 
the position of women, church union, church and state, life 
insurance, and labor unions; and activities of several re- 
ligious and literary student organizations. Li English and 
German. The material is related to the repository's John 
William Behnken, Ludwig Ernst Fuerbringer, Augustus 
Lawrence Graebner, Louis John Sieck, Carl Ferdinand Wil- 
helm Walther, and Missouri Synod collections. 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in repository. 

Gift. 



„__ MS 63-25 

Evangelical Lutheran Synod of Illinois. 

Records, 1851-80. 4 v. 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St Louis) 

Minutes of Conferences (1863-80), of the Southern Con- 4k 
ference (1864-78), and of the Western Conference (1864), ^ 
and treasurer's account book (1851-62). All records are in 
German. 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

Information on literary rights available at the repository. 

Deposit 

»_ i. . . MS 63-26 

Evangelical Lutheran Synodical Conference of North Amer- 
ica. 

Records. 1932-53. 3 ft. (ca. 1500 items) 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St Louis) 

In part, transcripts (handwritten) 

Convention minutes, lists of delegates, committee reports, 
correspondence of G. V. Schick, memorials, overtures, and 
other records relating to administrative matters, missions, 
doctrine, and practice of the conference and its constituent 
bodies: Evangelical Lutheran Joint Synod of Wisconsin 
and Other States, Lutheran Church— Missouri Synod, Nor- 
wegian Synod of the American Evangelical Lutheran 
Church, and Slovak Evangelical Lutheran Church. 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in repository. 

Gift of G.V.Schick, 1953. 

MS63-27 
Evangelical Lutheran Synodical Conference «f North 
America. Missionary Board. 

Records, 1906-53. 24 ft (ca. 15,000 items) M 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St Louis) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Correspondence, minutes, financial records, reports, and 
other records, relating to the board's missionary activities 
among Negroes in the South, to Immanuel Lutheran College 
in Greensboro, N. O, to Alabama Luther College in 
Salma, Ala., to Piney Woods College in Piney Woods, Miss^ 
and to the missionary work among Ibesikpo tribes in Ni- 
geria. Includes reports on negotiations with the Qua Iboe 
Mission, on the work of Henry Nau, on the establishment of 
a central hospital, and on the Nigerian Lutheran Seminary. 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in repository. 

Deposit of Karl Kurth, 1962. 

MS63-28 
Grumm, Arnold Henry, 1893-1959. 

Papers, 1954-59. 7 ft (ca. 3500 items) 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St Louis) 

Lutheran clergyman and administrator. Correspondence, 
reports, itineraries, and other papers, concerning Lutheran 
bodies in Argentina, Brazil, and Venezuela, Grumm's South 
American visitation as synod vice president, Lutheran 
Church— Missouri Synod's Fiscal Conference (1956-58), 
other synod organizations, synod administration, and ques- 
tions of doctrine and practice. Correspondents included 
Clarence Amling, W. C. Birkner, H. C. Braun, J. Ebereiter, 
A. G. Fehner, Fred Fiechtner, Edward Julius Friedrich, A. 
Peterson, and T. Siek. The material is related to the re- 
pository's John William Behnken and Lawrence Meyer col- 
lections. 

Shelf list in repository. 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in repository. 

Gift of Lutheran Church— Missouri Synod, 1962. 



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MS 63-29 
Lutheran Choreh-Missoait Synod. 

Records, 1847-1962. 14 ft. (ca. 4700 items) 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St. Louis) 

In part, transcripte. 
t Correspondence, minutes, reports, financial records, and 
" other papers relating to the formation, early history, conven- 
tions, committees, doctrine and practice, and missionary, 
educational and welfare agencies of the synod. Includes the 
constitution (1847) of the synod under its earlier name: 
German Evangelical Synod of Missouri, Ohio, and Other 
States; clergy roster (1847-80); chronology (1866-90); a 
history of the Concordia Publishing House, 1918-32; and 
records of the synod's Commission on Hymnology and Litur- 
gies, Commission for Scholarly Research, and Synodica] 
Survey Commission. In German and English. 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift and deposit from various sources, 1954-62. 



MS63-80 
Lutheran Church— Missouri Synod. 

Saxon immigration collection, 1833-56. 8 ft (ca. 1700 



In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St. Louis) 

In part, transcripts and microfilm. 

Correspondence, applications for the first Stephanite im- 
migration (1888-39), passenger lists of the ships Amalia, 
Copernicus, Johann Georg, and Republik, properly lists, 
financial records, lists of origin and occupation, signed 
pledge to the immigrants code, songs, Abschriften, a copy 
compiled by F. Hanewinckel of documents in Dresden Ar- 
chives, and other papers, relating to Martin Stephan, the 
Saxons he persuaded to migrate to Missouri, Christ Luth- 
eran Church in St. Louis, and the beginnings of the Missouri 
Synod. Correspondents include Otto Ernst, F. A. Marbach, 
F. Sproede, Carl Ferdinand WUhelm Walther, O. H. Wal- 
tber, and J. F. Frederich Winter. The material is related 
to the repository's Theodore Brohm, Johann Friedrich 
Buenger, Ernst Gerhard Wilhelm Keyl, Gotthold Heinrich 
Loeber, and C. F. W. Walther collections. 

Unpublished index in repository. 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in repository. 

Gift of The Original Saxon Immigration Archives. 



MS 63-31 
Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. Armed Services Com- 
mission. 

Records, 1917-55. 5 ft. (ca. 6000 items) 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St, Louis) 

Correspondence, minutes and financial records (1017-20), 
reports, photos., pamphlets, and other papers, chiefly dnting 
from the yeriod when the commission was known under its 
former name : Army and Navy Commission. Includes mate- 
rial (1918) relating to Camp Taylor, Ky.; records of the 
Chaplain's Training Conference, Jan. 21-23, 1941, sponsored 
by the commission; and records of American soldiers who 
were affiliated with the Lutheran Church— Missouri Synod 
and who died, were killed, were missing in action, or were 
prisoners of war in World War n or in the Korean conflict. 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

Information on literary rights in the repository. 

In part deposit and in part indefinite loan from A C. 
Piepkorn and the commission, 1961. 



MS 63-32 
Lutheran Immigration Society. 

Records, 1900-60. ca. 3 ft. {ca. 1200 items) 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St Louis) 

Correspondence with lawyers and -. clients regarding real 
estate purchased for the immigrants; financial correspond- 
ence to the Lutheran Church— Missouri Synod's Auditing 
Dept, Atlantic District Mission Board, and to representing 
banks; general financial records (1911-55) ; incorporation 
papers; and minutes (1900-55) 

IJnpublished shelf list in the repository. 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

Information on literary rights available at the repository. 

Deposited by the society, 1962. 



MS 63-33 
Meyer, Lawrence, 1890- 

Papers. 1926-52. 48 ft. (ca. 25,000 items) 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St. Louis) 

Lutheran clergyman and missionary. Correspondence, re- 
ports, minutes, sermons, publicity material, scenarios, finan- 
cial records, posters, form letters, pamphlets, other printed 
material, and memorabilia, largely relating to Meyer's serv- 
ice as director (1926-50) of mission education and publicity 
for Lutheran Church — Missouri Synod, concerning its Call 
of the Cross financial campaign (1937-39), Peace Thank- 
offering: (1943), Board for European Affairs: Board for 
Higher Education, Emergency Planning Counselor (1942- 
50), SynodicaJ Co-ordinating Committee (1943-50), conten- 
tions, moving pictures, television, and visual aids; and the 
Lutheran theological conferences at Bad Boll, Germany 
(1948-50). The material is related to the repository's John 
William Behnken collection. 

Unpublished guide in repository. 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in repository. 

Deposit of Mr. Meyer, 196L 



MS63-34 
Pardieck, Eduard, 1867-1926. 

Sermons. 1891-99. ca. 600 items. 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St. Louis) 
Lutheran clergyman and educator. In German. 
Open to investigators under repository restrictions. 
Information on literary rights available in repository. 
Gift of J. T. Mueller, 1955. 



MS 63-35 
American Congregational Association, Boston. Library. 

Sermons of Congregational clergymen, 18th-19th cen- 
turies. 5 ft. (600 items) 

In the Congregational Library (Boston) 

Represented in the collection are Jonathan Ashley, Joseph 
Bellamy, Jonathan Burr, Leander Cobb, Oliver Cobb, Tim- 
othy Dwight, Jonathan Edwards, Timothy Edwards, Na- 
thaniel Eells (1677-1750), Nathaniel Eells (1710-1786) , 
Edward Kirk, Samuel J. Mills, Samuel Phillips, Daniel 
Rogers, John Rogers, Samuel Sewell, Abel Stiles, Chris- 
topher Tappan, Peter Thacher (1651-1727), Peter Thacher 
(1688-1744), Peter Thacher (1715-1785), Benjamin Wads- 
worth, and Solomon Williams. 

Gifts of various clergymen since 1853. 



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t»_.i n „ MS63-36 

Dealer, George Bannerman, 1859-1946, collector. 

Papers collected by George Bannennan Dealer and his 
son, Edward M. Dealey. ca. 90 items. 

In Dallas Historical Society collections. 

In part, photocopies. 

Correspondence, documents, and other papers. Includes 
43 royal decrees and proclamations (1770-1829) in Spanish 
^ed through viceroys in New Spain; a commission (1780) 
from Bang George m of Gt Brit authorizing preying on 
the commerce of American colonies; and a report ( ADril 25 
1836) on the Battle of San Jacinto signed b^ ( K££ 

unit of the collectors. 



Baldwin-Liina-Hamflton Corporation. -«w>-«i 

Records, 1838-1944. ca. 10,000 items and 260 t 
In the DeGolyer Foundation Library (Dallas) 
Ji part, transcripts (typewritten and handwritten) 
Specifications for locomotiTes built 1838-1930: invoices 
covering spare parts orders for Baldwin built locomotives 
and minor outside work at plants (1905-S0) ; outline draw- 
uigs and specifications of proposed locomotives; mechanical 
drawings of locomotives (1838-1930) ; and typescript con- 
tracts for P«J«Wof steam locomotives, rn^sfly^ the 
1930^and 1940'a Copies of typescript of buildere serial 
numbers prepared by Sylvan Rupert Wood. 
Card index in the library. 

Purchased from OweaJDavies, Herbert L. Broadbelt, and 
&R. Wood, 1962. Portion formerly owned by G W. Wlt- 



Beresford, William, 5. 1798. Jffi 6 *~ 38 

Papers. 1844-82. 182 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

British Secretary at War and member of Parliament 
^ellaneous letters from various British poh^ansTn- 
gratolafang Beresford or relating to a legal case brWht 

S^cenS. ^ P ° litiCal *■**-* m *• 
Card index in the library. 
Acquired, 196L 



Blacker, Valentine, 1778-1823. MS 63-39 

Letter book, 1798-1813. 1 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

British Army officer and historian. Letters from Valen- 
tine Blacker to his father concerning the military and polifc- 
ical news from India, but also containing descriptions of 
southern India and Indian life and customs. Includes a 
few letters from and relating to Slacker's uncle, Sir Barry 

Card index in the library. 
Acquired, 1963. 



Bowring, Sir John, 1792-1872. MS 68-40 

Papers, 1833-1904. 56 items. 
In Duke University Library. 
British diplomat, member of Parliament, and linguist 

JSwT S""^ 1 ^ FS frQm Bowrb * <» his sons «S 
mg his career in China (1850-87), reflections on his earlier 
political career, and contemporary politics in England. 



Topics discussed include his opposition to British policies- 
m the Far East, discontent among the English diplomatic- 
corps in China, relationship of domestic English politics 
with British diplomatic policies, and English economic in- 
terests and colonial administration in the Far East A 

Card index in the Library. ™ 

Acquired, 1963. 

MS 63 it 
Bnmswick and Western Railroad Company. 

Records, 1884-94. 135 v. 
In Duke University Library. 

Financial reports, including annual, «m;.„ n , T .,i ^^^ 
terly, and monthly reports. 
Card index in the library. 
Acquired, 1962. 

Campbell, Sir John Nicholl Robert, 1799-1870 

Papers, 1812-41. 257 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

British Army officer and diplomat Papers, and letters of 
Campbell and his father, Sir Robert Campbell, a director 
of tiie East India Company, concerning Sir John's diplo- 
matic career in Persia (1824-34) and that of his successors 
until 1839. Topics include the foreign relations of Britain, 
Persia, and Russia, and the British Army in Persia. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1962. 

Capers, Ellison, Bp., 1837-1908. «3-*3 

Papers, 1860-1906. 165 items. 

In Duke University Library. ^ 

Confederate officer and Protestant Episcopal clergyman ^ 
of Columbia and Charleston, S. C. Chiefly lettersfrom 
Capers to his wife during the Civil War, concerning the 
war and religion and containing descriptions of engage- 
ments in which Capers participated and maps drawn by 
nun. The postwar letters relate mostly to ecclesiastical 
affairs. 

Card index in the library. 
Acquired, 1960. 

MS 63-44 
Causten, James H 1787-1874. 

Scrapbook, 1816-70. It. 

In Duke University library. 

Lawyer of Washington, D. C. Circular letters (1829-63) , 
petitions, memorials, and pamphlets relating to the claims 
of American citizens seeking compensation for losses of 
ships and cargoes to France in the 1790'a 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1962. 



rw„ t i~r « MS63-45 

Wary, Jabez Lamar Monroe, 1825-1903. 

Papers, 1854-1931. 735 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Statesman, author, clergyman, diplomat, and educator 
Chiefly letters relating to Curry's career in education and 
diplomacy after the Civil War. Most of the letters were 
written by Curry to his son, giving him advice and dis- 
cussing family matters and political and social questions. 
Includes two letter books covering the period of his envoy- 
ship to Spain and containing comments about Spanish 
customs and government 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired 1941, 1961. 



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MS 63-46 
Dander, John BJigh, 4th earl of, 1767-1831. 
Papers, 1738-1858. 76 items. 
In Duke University Library. 

Member of the House of Lords. Chiefly letters from 
I prominent English politicians discussing Catholic emanci- 
pation, the elections of 1818 and 1820, the Irish Parliament 
and the Act of Union, the state of Ireland (1831), the 
Napoleonic War, Russian trade with Great Britain after 
1775, and agriculture in England. 
Card index in die library. 
Acquired, 1961. 

»_• n • ' -i ' „ MS63-47 

Duke University, Durham, N. C. Library. 

Agricultural papers, 1777-1923. 7406 items and 98 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Ledgers, account books, plantation diaries and yearbooks, 
daybooks, and other records and papers of farmers and 
plantation owners, relating to southern agricultural activi- 
ties, chiefly in the 19th century. Includes detailed infor- 
mation on the production of cotton and tobacco, the use of 
slave and free Negro labor, and agricultural conditions in 
the South before, during, and after the Civil War. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1930- 

MS63-48 
Duke University, Durham, .V. C. Library. 
American writers' and artists' papers, 1778- 
1041 items and 20 v. 
In Duke University Library. 

Personal and business correspondence, MSS. of poetry, 
novels, and plays, galley proofs, and miscellaneous papers, 

♦ primarily of American authors, together with a few of 
actors, actresses, artists, and sculptors. Includes papers of 
William Cullen Bryant, William Alexander Caruthers, 
Charles E. A Gayarre, Joel Chandler Harris, John P. 
Kennedy, James Matthews Legare, James Russell Lowell, 
Ovid William Pierce, William Sydney Porter, AmeTie 
Bives, William Gilmore Simms, Upton Beall Sinclair, Ed- 
mund Clarence Stedman, Mary Virginia (Hawes) Terhnne, 
arid John Greenleaf Whittier. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired in various years, mainly after 1930. 

MS63-49 
Duke University, Durham, N.C. Library. 

Army officers' papers, 1776-1951. 1627 items and 16 v. 

In Duke University library. 

Correspondence, diaries, journals and other papers of 
Army officers from the Revolution to World War l The 
bulk of the papers are those of Union officers in the Civil 
War. Names represented include James Adams T^rin, Mor- 
decai Gist, Henry W. Halleck, Benjamin Lincoln, Robert J. 
Rombauer, Winfield Scott, and William T. Sherman. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1930- 

■«*_._ xt . . MS 63-50 

^Oke University, Durham, X. C. Library. 
w ■.. Associations-^papers and records, 1820- 1210 items 

and99v. 
In Duke University Library. 

Records of various social, religious, political, military, 
and economic organizations, including debating societies, 
literary organizations, Confederate veterans' organizations, 
agricultural groups such as the Patrons of Husbandry and 
the Farmers' Alliance, Spanish American War veterans' 
organizations, Masonic groups, missionary societies, Bible 



societies and social clubs. Most of the papers date before 
1900 and relate to associations in the Southern States, but 
ca, 900 items relate to the New England Protective Union 
(1847-90) which distributed consumer goods to workers at 
low prices. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1930- 



MS6S-51 
Duke University, Durham, If. C. Library. 

Baptist Church papers, 1723-1933. 476 items and 26 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Church records, sermons, and other papers of Baptist min- 
isters, relating mainly to the operation and administration of 
various local Baptist churches. Includes a typewritten copy 
of a diary (1723-80) of Oliver Hart, of Charleston, S. C; 
and the diaries (1846-81) of Martha (Foster) Crawford 
(1830-1893) , Baptist missionary in China. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1930- 

MS 68-52 
Duke University, Durham, N. C. Library. 

British literary papers, 1702-1945. 251 items and 9 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

In part, photocopies. 

Papers relating to literary biographies in the early 18th 
century, the ill feeling between David Home and Jean 
Jacques Rousseau, literary taste in the 19th century, the 
careers of Thomas Carryle, John Stuart Mill, Robert 
Soothey, and Thomas J. Wise, and minor writers and critics. 
Includes the commonplace book of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, 
diary (1820) of Maria (James) Gisborne concerned with 
prominent literary figures of the time, and a portion of a 
diary (1827) by John Gisborne. Other persons represented 
include Thomas Hardy, George Meredith, and Giles Lytton 
Strachey. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1930- 



MS 63-58 
Dnke University, Durham, .V. C. Library. 

British military papers, 1731-1929. 52 items and 3 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Diary of a soldier in the Seven Years' War; and papers 
relating to the British Army and Navy in the American 
Revolution, naval activities during the Napoleonic Wars, 
and morale during the Crimean War. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1930- 



MS 68-54 
Dnke University, Durham, .V. C. Library. 

British miscellany, 1653-1927. 217 items and 28 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Records (1667-1808) of Sheffield Manor; list (1802) of 
the freeholders of Middlesex Co., Eng.; commonplace book 
of Philip ADwood, antiquarian; records (1765) of the prop- 
erty holdings of the Church of England at Southampton; 
diary (1801) of travel in Scotland; letters relating to British 
imperialism in India; letters of George Long concerning his 
career at the University of London; and personal letters of 
Anthony Ashley-Cooper, 7th earl of Shaftsboxy, and of 
William Cavendish, 5th duke of Devonshire. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1930- 



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MS63-55 
Duke University, Durham., N. C. Library. 

British political papers, 1628-1915. 707 items and 17 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

In part, photocopies. 

Papers relating to the Parliamentary session of 1628, poli- 
tics in the 18th century, the Irish problem, emancipation in 
• the West Indies, the slave trade, reform, Parliament in the 
19th century, British diplomacy, especially with the United 
States in the mid-19th century, political patronage, and the 
political careers of Edgar Alfred Bowring, John Bright, 
George Canning, John Cartwright, Thomas Clarkson, Rich- 
ard Cobden, John Wilson Croker, Sir Joseph Fuller, Wil- 
liam Ewart Gladstone, Joseph Hume, Richard Lyons (2d 
baron jind 1st earl Lyons), Henry McCulloh, Sir John New- 
port, Sir Robert Peel, William Pitt, the Younger, Lord John 

?T^., Elchard C - WeJ lesley (2d earl of Momington), 
John Wilkes, and James Wilson. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1930- 



« . ,t . MS 63-66 

Duke University, Durham, N. C. Library. 

Businessmen's papers, 1738- 37,465 items and 1338 v. 

In Duke University Library. 
^ Chiefly business records relating to mercantile activities in 
the South in the 19th century. Includes papers relating to 
all types of businesses such as cotton mill? , hotels, banking 
insurance companies, railroads, stagecoach lines, newspapers! 
flour milling, sugar refining, iron processing, blacksmiths, 
tobacco manufacturing, and lumber businesses. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1930- 



ty_. tt • . MS 63-57 

Duke University, Durham, .V. C. Library. 

Civil War period-papers, 1837-1906. 316 items and 3 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Papers (chiefly 1861-65) containing information about 
the pension system after the Civil War, the efforts of a 
northern man to become a Mississippi cotton planter during 
the War, fighting among the sea islands of the South Caro- 
Una coast and the life of a refugee planter, his family, and 
his Negroes, public finance during the War, the secession of 
the Southern States, southern sympathy in the North, and 
northern politics. Approximately 100 items relate to Recon- 
struction in the South. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1930- 



.> . TT . MS 63-58 

Duke University, Durham, N. C. Library. 

Civil War soldiers' papers, 1831-1933. 4030 items and 
36 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Correspondence, diaries, and other papers (chiefly 186.1- 
65) relating to campaigns and battles in all theaters of the 
Cml War, troop movements, desertion, camp life, Negro sol- 
diers, soldiers' attitudes towards politics in the North, medi- 
cal administration, and morality, religion, and morale in the 
Army. 

Card index in the library. 
Acquired, 1930- 



« I TT • -. rv , ■ MS 63-69 

Duke University, Durham, F. C. Library. 

Colonial period— papers, 1620-1816. 383 items and 1 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

In part, photocopies. ^ 

Correspondence, legal papers, surveying records, andJP 
other papers (chiefly 1725-80) relating to colonial courts, 
trade, land speculation, colonial administration in Mary- 
land, Massachusetts, North Carolina, and Georgia, and so- 
cial life and customs. Includes correspondence of William 
Byrd, and a MS. entitled A voyage to Georgia, begun the 
15th of October, 1735, by Francis Moore. 

Card index in the library. The work by Moore was pub- 
lished in London in 1744 and in the Collections of the 
Georgia Historical Society, v. 1 (1840) 

Acquired, 1930- 



.*_,„.. MS63-60 

Duke University, Durham, N. C. Library. 

Commission merchants' papers, 1771-1895. 2401 items 
and 5 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Papers reflecting the activities of commission merchants 
in New York and in the South, before, during, and after the 
Civil War. Relates mainly to cotton and tobacco, especially 
during the ante bellum period. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1830- 



«_. -„■■. MS63-6# 

Duke University, Durham, N. C. Library. 

Confederate Army officers' papers, 1837-1931. 3220 items 
and 10 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Papers (chiefly 1860-65) relating to Southern resignations 
from the U. S. Army (1860-61) , all major battles and cam- 
paigns in which the Confederate Army participated, medi- 
cal administration, Army supply, ordnance, and discipline. 
Includes papers of Braxton Bragg, Thomas R. R. Cobb, 
James Conner, Jubal A. Early, James B. Eustis, Richard S. 
Ewell, William J. Hardee, Daniel Harvey HH1, John B. 
Hood, Joseph E. Johnston, Edmund Kirby-Smith, John B. 
Magruder, Leonidas Polk, J. E. B. Stuart, Earl Van Dora, 
and Joseph Wheeler. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1930- 



_ MS 63-62 

Duke University, Durham, N. C. Library. 

Confederate Army soldiers' papers, 1819-1907. 9699 items 
and 55 v. 
In Duke University Library. ^ 

Personal letters, diaries, scrapbooks, memoirs, autograph 
albums and other papers (chiefly 1860-65) relating to all 
areas of the Civil War and representing more than a hun- 
dred regiments. The letters contain comments about engage- 
ments, camp life, morale, food, and desertion. Many of the 
letters were written by Confederate soldiers in northern 
prisons. 

Card index in the library. 
Acquired, 1930- 



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MS 63-63 
Duke University, Durham, N. C. Library. 

Confederate States of America— papers, 1821-1913. 1924 
items and 4 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Papers (chiefly 1860-45) relating to a great variety of 
subjects, including secession, the outbreak of the Civil War, 
comments about battles and campaigns by non-military 
persons, life in the Confederacy, agricultural conditions, 
economic problems, monetary difficulties, foreign relations, 
politics, public health, morale at home and at the battle 
front, blockade running, depredations in the South both by 
the Union and Confederate Armies, Union sentiment in 
Tennessee and North Carolina, recruitment, the Army draft, 
desertion, plantation life, social life and customs, the down- 
fall of the Confederacy, and the capture of President Davis 
and members of his cabinet Includes papers of John C. 
Breckinridge, Joseph E. Brown, Alexander R. Chisolm, 
Thomas S. Gholson, Stephen R. Mallory, Christopher G. 
Memminger, James Seddon, Thomas J. Semmes, John G. 
Shorter, Leroy P. Walker, members of secession conventions 
and the Confederate Congress, and various State and Con- 
federate officials. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1930- 



«. . ,-, . MS 63-64 

Duke University, Durham, .V. C. Library. 

Diplomats' papers, 1790-1928. 257 items and 1 v. 
In Duke University Library. 

Papers relating to European politics in 1800, U. S. rela- 
tions with China and Algeria in the mid-19th century, the 
Napoleonic revolution in Spain, and the attempts of the 
United States to purchase Cuba (ca. 1846). Correspondents 
q£ include Fisher Ames and Walter Hines Page. 
Card index in the library. 
Acquired, 1930- 

n_u tt • .. „ MS 63-45 

Duke University, Durham, .V. C. Library. 

European miscellany, 1531-1932. 372 items and 18 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

In part, transcripts. 

Papers relating to Spanish imperialism in North Africa, 
Spanish customs duties in the 18th century, the administra- 
tive duties of the Archbishop of Trier (ca, 1700), Spanish 
colonial policy in the later 18th century, rules of an 18th 
century French religious order, the efforts of the de Roths- 
child brothers to gain compensation for property lost during 
the American Civil War, the literary and historical career 
of Gustave Lanson, the rules of a craftsmen's guild in Lucca, 
Italy, and a discourse by Machiavelli (1531). Includes scat- 
tered autographs of prominent 'Europeans, and English 
translations of seven poems by Stefan Anton George (1868- 
1933), German poet 

Card index in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Acquired, 1930- 



Vdo 



MS 63-66 

:e University, Durham, N. C. Library. 

Governors' papers, 1765-1914. 644 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Chiefly papers of 19th century Governors of Southern 
States. The largest collections are of Thomas Bragg (44 
items), Joseph E. Brown (35 items) , Benjamin Conley (84 
items), George W. Crawford (27 items) , John Letcher (23 
items), Francis H. Pierpont (24 items), Zebulon B. Vance 
(41 items), and George Walton (27 items). Other names 



represented include Nathaniel P. Banks, Archibald Bulloch, 
Richard CaswelL John W. Ellis, Benjamin Harrison, Pat- 
rick Henry, Fitzhugh Lee, Wilson Lumpkin, James L. Orr, 
Charles Pinckney, Edward Rutledge, John Sevier, John 
Wereat, and Jonathan Worth. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1930- 

MS63-67 
Duke University, Durham, X. C. Library. 

Historians' papers, 1779-1942. 281 items and 4 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

MSS. of J. William Demby's works on the Civil War in 
Arkansas and the 3d Missouri Cavalry; Thomas De Quin- 
cey's Some thoughts on biography ; the MS. of F. A. Sond- 
leys' Chistianity and the Bible; and papers relating to the 
careers of Benson John Lossing, Furman McDonald, Francis 
Parkman, Charles Lee Raper, (especially to his work in co- 
lonial North Carolina history), and James Ford Rhodes. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1930- 

MS 63-48 
Duke University, Durham, N. V. Library. 

Journalists' papers, 1802-1951. 1104 hems and 3 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Papers of journalists, editors, and publishers, mainly in 
the Southern States. Includes papers of Francis Preston 
Blair, Sr. (91 items), Richard Elward of the Natchez free 
trader (8 Hems and 2 v.), Hiram Haines of the Petersburg 
(Va.) intelligencer (78 items), George B. M Harvey (84 
items), George A. Gordon (77 items), James Redpath (7 
items and 1 v.), Robert Barnwell Rhett (23 items), Henry 
Edward Rood (89 items), Josiah Turner of the HiHsboro 
(N. C.) sentinel (45 items), Thomas Willis White (50 
items), and 370 items relating to the advertising policy of 
the Virginia free press. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1930- 



MS 63-69 
Duke University, Durham, N. C. Library. 

Lawyers' papers, 1661-1948. 9563 items and 99 v. 
In Duke University Library. 

Correspondence, land deeds, estate papers, bankruptcy 
papers, and other legal papers of southern lawyers, largely 
of the 19th century. 
Card index in the library. 
Acquired, 1930- 



MS63-T0 
Duke University, Durham, .V. C. Library. 

Methodist Church papers, 1759-1951. 5614 items, 370 v., 
and 5 boxes. 

In Duke University Library. 

Correspondence, diaries, sermons, official records, and 
other papers, chiefly relating to the Methodist Episcopal 
Church, South. Includes records of women's missionary 
societies and other church-affiliated groups, records of con- 
ferences and churches in North Carolina and other States, 
and papers of individual Methodist ministers. 

Card index in the library. 

Described in Guide to the manuscript collections in the 
Duke University Library, by N^ M Tilley and N. L. Good- 
win (1947) p. 154-156. 

Acquired, 1930- 



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.*_. „ MS 6»-7i 

Duke University, Durham, N. C. Library. 

Navy papers (miscellany) 1804-1944. 445 items and 10 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Logbooks and papers (mainly 19th century) relating to 
naval officers, seamen, and naval administration. Includes 
information on the African slave patrol, the effect of seces- 
sion on the U. S. Navy, the blockade and campaigns of the 
Navy during the Civil War, and the training of seamen 
during the 19th century. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1930- 



«_■_ »r . MS 68-72 

Duke University, Durham, N. C. Library. 

Negroes (slave and free) 1770-1944. 881 items and 4 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Correspondence and other papers relating to slaves and 
free Negroes, especially southern Negroes in the 19th cen- 
tury. Includes information on the manumission of slaves, 
slave prices, slave trading, the slave market, Quaker interest 
in education for the slaves, the treatment and discipline of 
slaves, conditions among the slaves, the treatment of free 
Negroes in the North and South before the Civil War the 
underground railroad, slaves during the Civil War, Negroes 
dunng Reconstruction, the Wilmington, N. C. race riot, and 
the campaign for white supremacy in North Carolina. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1930- 



iw, tt • -,_ ~ , MS63-7S 

Duke University, Durham, N. C. Library. 

Personal and family papers, 1750-1948. 14,679 items and 
268 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Correspondence, diaries, expense accounts, autograph 
albums, scrapbooks, commonplace books, poetry, genealogi- 
cal information, and other papers, reflecting life in the U S 
especially in the South during the 19th century. ^ 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1930- 



n 1 irr • . MS 63-74 

Duke University, Durham, IV. C. Library. 

Peruvian collection, 1583-1892. 23 items and 24 v. 
In Duke University Library. 

Papers relating to Peru, roughly falling into three groups 
centering around commerce and industry, literary activities, 
and religious and social history. Includes papers (1786-87) 
containing information on the mining of mercury; poems of 
Juan del Valle y Caviedes in 17th century, script; poems by 
Antonio de Soils; one volume of Documentos historicos, col- 
lected by Manuel de Odriozola ; three Documentos literarioe 
from contemporary publications, among them a compilation 
of the papers of Peruvian viceroys and others (1580-1818) ; 
a paper relating to witchcraft and idolatry in Peru; papers 
(1772--73) of the Provincial Council at Lima, containing the 
core of the debate within the Catholic Church on the modern- 
ization of learning which Charles m attempted to foist npon 
the empire; a copy of the proceso of Mariano Tupac Amaro; 
and material relating to politics and the industrial develop- 
ment of Peru and neighboring countries during the 19th 
century. 

Card index in the library. Also described in Guide to the 
manuscript collections in the Duke University Library, by 
N. M. Tilley and N. L Goodwin (1947) p. 176-177. 

Acquired, 1933-48. 



MS 63-75 
Duke University, Durham, N. C. Library. 

Physicians' papers, 1630-1934. 2096 items and 92 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Account books, scrapbooks, ledgers, medical students' m 
notebooks, and other papers, chiefly of 19th century south- W 
em physicians. Includes a volume (1630) listing treat- 
ments and remedies popular in Germany. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1930- 



M56S-76 
Duke University, Durham, tf. O. Library. 

Political miscellany, 1743-1934. 1196 items and 1 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Papers relating to politics in the South, especially North 
Carolina, Virginia, and Kentucky, during the 19th century; 
national party politics in the 19th century; municipal poli- 
tics in New Orleans before 1900, and politics in Virginia 
during Reconstruction. Includes a scrapbook relating to 
the activities of the Whig Party in 1844. 

Acquired, 1930- 



MS 63-77 
Duke University, Durham, &. C. Library. 

Presbyterian ministers' papers, 1705-1892. 823 items and 
15v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Correspondence, diaries, sermons, and papers relating to 
pastoral duties, chiefly of 19th century southern ministers. 
Includes a volume (1705) entitled A brief explication of the 
shorter catechisme with practicall inferences from the doc- 
trines thereof , written by John Hutcheson. 

Card index in the library. 4|^ 

Acquired, 1930- 



-..„ . MS 63-78 

Duke University, Durham, N. O. Library. 

Professors' papers, 1773-1954. 

451 items and 16 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Chiefly 19th century papers. Includes volumes relating 
to the work of Clara and William Stern and P. Eugen 
Berthold in child psychology, volumes of Robert Gait con- 
cerning his lectures in medicine and chemistry at the Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania, and papers of William Hooper, 
North Carolina educator, of Nathaniel Beverley Tucker and 
Lawrence Washington, professors at the College of William 
and Mary, and of William B. Yonce, professor at Roanoke 
College. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1930- 



MS 63-79 
Duke University, Durham, N. C. Library. 

Protestant Episcopal Church papers, 1765-1935. 2279 
items and 19 v. 

In Duke Univeaty Library. ^ 

Church and diocesan records and ministers' papers^™ 
mainly relating to the Protestant Episcopal Church in 
Maryland and the Atlantic seaboard States in the 19th cen- 
tury. Includes ca. 2000 items relating to the Diocese of 
Maryland and St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Baltimore. 
Clergymen represented include Benjamin Allston, Bishop 
James Madison, and Charles C. Pinckney iil 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1930- 



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MS 68-80 
Duke University, Durham, N. C. 

Records, 1838-1924. 11,486 items and 234 v. 

In Duke University library. 

Correspondence, administrative records, and other papers 
relating to Union Institute, Normal College, and Trinity Col- 
lege, the successive names of the institution which became 
Duke University. Includes ca. 2000 items relating to 
Trinity College Library; records of various societies and 
organizations of Trinity College; and papers of students 
and professors, such as John Spencer Bassett, Braxton Cra- 
ven, and Brantley York. 

Card index in the library. Also described in Guide to the 
manuscript collections in the Duke University Library, by 
N. M. Tilley and N. L Goodwin (1947) p. 234-235. 

Acquired, 1934- 



MS 63-81 
Duke University, Durham, N. C. Library. 

Religious miscellany, 1620-1914. 700 items and 16 v. 

In Duke University library. 

Papers of William Ellery Charming, Samuel Gilman, and 
other Unitarian ministers; papers relating to the Moravians 
in North Carolina and Pennsylvania, to the United Society 
of Shakers of Pleasanthill, Ky., to the career of S. G. Wil- 
lard, a Congregationalist minister of Colchester, Conn, and 
to religion on the American frontier. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1930- 



MS63-S2 
Duke University, Durham, N. C. Library. 

Revolutionary period— papers, 1725-1886. 609 items and 
2 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Military correspondence, official papers and documents, 
and personal letters and papers (chiefly 1775-1883) con- 
taining information on battles and campaigns (especially 
in the southern colonies), the exodus of Tories and the con- 
fiscation of their property, the exchange of prisoners of war, 
prison camp conditions, supply of the Continental Army, 
naval campaigns and battles, the participation of the French 
in the Revolution, morale, and the role of the militia in the 
war. Names represented include Elias Boudinot, George 
Sackville Germain (1st viscount Sackville), George Hand- 
ley, William Heath, Henry Laurens, Thomas Mifflin, and 
Robert Morris. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1930- 



MS6S-S3 
Duke University, Durham, If. C. Library. 
Scientists' papers, 1843^1948. 151 items. 
A In Duke University library. 

Papers (ca. 60 items) concerning the work of Emma 
(Gray) Smith and John P. George, who collected zoological 
specimens in Brazil in the mid-19th century; and ca. 80 
items relating to the work of Philip Powell Calvert, editor 
of the Entomological hews. Other persons represented 
include Jedidiah Morse and Albert Einstein. 
Card index in the library. 
Acquired, 1930- 



MS63-S4 
Duke University, Durham, N. C. Library. 

Ships' ptpers, 1759-1891. 432 items in 6 v. 

In Duke University library. 

Papers relating to inland and oceanic shipping. Includes 
the papers of a boat captain on the Chesapeake and Ohio 
Canal, the plans for a river steamboat, and papers relating 
to the coastal and international trade in the later 18th and 
early 19th centuries, and to the fishing industry in New 
England, 1760-1840. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1980- 



MS 63-85 
Duke University, Durham, N. C. Library. 

Social reformers' papers, 1782-1914. 220 items and 8 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Papers containing information on the movement to dis- 
courage the use of tobacco, the temperance movement, and 
abolitionism. Includes a few papers of Dorothea Lynde 
Dix. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1930- 



MS 63-86 
Duke University, Durham, ff. C. Library. 

Society of Friends papers, 1775-1915. 334 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Papers chiefly relating to the Quakers in North Carolina 
in the 19th century. Includes information on the history 
of the Friends in North Carolina, the migration of the 
Quakers from North Carolina to the Old Northwest, social 
life and customs, and the North Carolina Friends during 
the Civil War. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1930- 



MS68-87 
Duke University, Durham, N. O. Library. 

Soldiers' papers (miscellany), 1808-1945. 286 items and 
3 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Correspondence, diaries, and other papers relating to the 
War of 1812, the Mexican War, the Spanish American War, 
World War i, and World War n. Most of the paper s con- 
cern soldiers in World War x, including a diary of a sailor 
aboard the U. S. S. Surveyor. Approximately 50 of the 
items are soldiers' letters from the War of 1812, mainly 
relating to the war in the South. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1930- 



MS 68-88 
Duke University, Durham. If. C. Library. 

State militia papers, 1749-1882. 166 items and 2 v. 

In Duke University library. 

Papers relating to the Massachusetts militia (ca. I860), 
the Georgia militia in the Revolution, the Virginia militia 
in the War of 1812, the German Artillery militia unit in 
Charleston, S. C. before the Civil War, and the Palmetto 
Guard in Charleston after the Civil War. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1930- 



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t»_l. tt • MS 63-89 

Duke University, Durham., N. C. Library 

Students' papers, 1804-1925. 1148 items and 94 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Correspondence, diaries, daybooks, class notes, autograph 
albums, teimpapers, and arithmetics. Most of the papers are 
personal letters from students to family and friends and 
relate to the South in the 19th century. Institutions repre- 
sented include Davidson College, Emory University, 
Erskine College, Guilford College, Harvard University, 
Princeton University, Randolph -Macon College, U S. Mili- 
tary Academy at West Point, U. S. Naval Academy at 
^^ Wasmn £t°& and Lee College, Yale University, 
and the Universities of Georgia, North Carolina, and Vir- 
gima. 

Card index in the library. 
Acquired, 1930- 



Duke University, Durham,, N. C. Library 

Teachers' papers, 1803-1954. 1544 items and 36 v. 

In £>uke University Library. 

Diaries, journals, record books, school records, lecture 
notej and other papers, largely relating to education in the 
South m the 19th century. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1930- 



tv_i tt . MS 63-91 

Duke University, Durham, tf. C. Library 

Tradesmen's papers, 1802-1935. 1893 items and 35 v 

In Duke University Library. 

Papers of coppersmiths, ironworkers, g nnsmi rh ij, black- 
smiths, wagonmakers, barrelmakers, carpenters, masons, and 
tanners, largely from the South in the 19th century 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1930- 



r» i rr . . MS 63-92 

Duke University, Durham, N. C. Library. 

Travel papers, 1791-1905. 297 items and 9 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Papers relating to travel in the United States, Canada, 
Europe the Far East, and the Near East Most of the 
papers date in the 19th century and are those of southerners 
traveling in their own section or other parts of the United 
States. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1930- 



■w» i tt • „ MS 63-93 

Duke University, Durham, N. C. Library. 

United States archives (miscellany). 1810-1959 6528 
items and 142 v. ' 

In Duke University Library. 

Chiefly records of the U. S. Army during the Civil War, 
especially relating to the Depte. of Virginia and North 

# ^ £ c C £ 20 °° J ltems m con «™ed with the operation 
of die U. S. Ground Observer Corps at Durham N C In- 
cludes 134 v. of census returns (1850-80) for Aiiona, Colo- 
rado, Connecticut, the District of Columbia, Georgia! Ken- 

^ndZTTjT****' ™ d Tlrginia; ^ a i"™ 1 

(1789-1828) of the Committee of Elections of the U S 
House of Representatives. 

Card index in the library. Also described in Guide to the 
manuscript collections in the Duke University Library by 
N M. Tilley and N. L. Goodwin (1947) p. 139-140 

Acquired, 1934- 



t» u tt • •* ~ , MS 63-94 

Duke University, Durham. .V. C. Library. 

United States officeholders' papers, 1780-1941. 2097 items 
and 10 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Papers of Cabinet members (ca. 200 items) , justices of the ^ 
Supreme Court (11 items) , customs collectors, Indian agents, ™ 
Government engineers, and 19th century southern post- 
masters (ca. 1600 items and 5 v.) Includes papers of Joseph 
Habersham, Samuel Ingham. James McHenry, William L 
Marcy, John Marshall, Joel R. Poinsett, Edmund Randolph, 
William H Seward, Alphonso Taft, Robert J. Walker 
Bushrod Washington, Oliver Wolcott, and Levi Woodberry! 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1930- 

iw tt • •*_ t> , MS 63-95 

Duke University, Durham, N. C. Library. 

United States Presidents' papers, 1753-1935. 202 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

The Presidents and the more significant matters referred to 
m the papers are: John Quincy Adams; James Buchanan: 
?^?, rer , Cleveland, concerning relations with Guatemala: 
Millard Fillmore; James A. Garfield; Ulysses S. Grant 
concerning a proposed canal between the Atlantic Ocean 
and the Mississippi River; Benjamin Harrison; Rutherford 
B. Hayes; Thomas Jefferson, concerning Congress in 1797 
and his views on education; Andrew Johnson, concerning 
the pardons granted to Confederates after the Civil War: 
Abraham Lincoln; William McKinley; James Madison, 
concerning the special session of the 8th Congress; James 
Monroe; Franklin Pierce; James K Polk; Franklin D. 
Roosevelt; John Tyler, concerning the Tyler family; Martin 
Van Buren; and George Washington, relating to his land 
holdings, his first inauguration, events during the Revoln-^. 
txon, his financial affairs, the Indian problem, and personal^ 
affairs. ~^ ■ .;■ 

Card index in the library. 
Acquired, 1930- 

« u tt • .^_ V MS63-96 

Duke University, Durham, .V. C. Library. 

United States Representatives' papers, 1772-1946. 688 
items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Includes papers of Clay Stone Briggs (32 items); John 
H. Bryan (63 items) ; Henry S. Clark (28 items) ; Howell 
Cobb (53 items) concerning pre-Civil War politics; William 
Drayton (13 items) ; Weldon N. Edwards (21 items); 
Joseph T. Johnson (26 items) ; Jonathan Knight (85 items) 
giving biographical details; John Page (27 items) • John 
Randolph (25 items) family letters; Richard Henry Wilde 
(48 items) ; William Williamson (46 items) : and Henry 
A Wise (21 items) 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1930- 



»*_. ~ MS 63-97 

Duke University, Durham-, N. C. Library. 

United States Senators' papers, 1779^-1946. 935 items, 
4 v., and 1 reel of microfilm. | 

In Duke University Library. 

Papers of ca. 75 Senators, including George E. Badger 
(21 items) concerning his political career; William Bright 
(29 items) ; John W. Eppes (15 items and 1 v.) concerning 
family matters; Charles J. Faulkner, Jr. (144 items andl 
v.) ; William Pitt Fessenden (10 items) concerning politics 
after the Civil War; William Few (14 items) ; John For- 
syth (11 items) ; Lafayette S. Foster (20 items) concerning 



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Dnke University, Durham,, N.C. library. United 

States Senators' papers, 1779-1946. (Continued) 
politics in the 1860*8; Garter Glass (1 reel of microfilm) 
concerning his relationship with Bishop James Cannon; 
^k John -Brown Gordon (14 items) ; James Henry Hammond 
w (21 items) concerning his political career; Wade Hampton 

(42 items) relating mainly to his activities after the Civil 
War; James Jackson (32 items) ; Huey P. Long (36 items) 
concerning his "share the wealth" program ; Nathaniel Ma- 
con (36 items) relating mainly to war claims ; James Mason 
(11 items) ; John Milledge (26 items) ; Justin Smith Mor- 
rill (12 items); David & Beid (75 items); Bobert A. 
Toombs (25 items); and Garret Dorset Wall (125 items) 
concerning his business activities. 
Card index in the library. 
Acquired, 1930- 



MS63-98 
East India Company (English) 

Madras Presidency papers, 1755-75. It. 
In Duke University Library. 

Correspondence and extracts of documents relating to the 
political and financial relationship of Mohammed *K, 
Nabob of Arcot, with the officials of the Madras Presidency. 
Card index in the library. 
Acquired, 1962. 



MS63-99 
Gosse, Sir Edmund Wffliam, 1849-1928. 
^" ; '.' : Papers, 1857-1958. 314 items, 
w^ La Duke University Library. 

British author, literary critic, and librarian. Letters and 
papers collected by Gosse containing much information 
which was not incorporated into his book The life of Alger- 
non Charles Swinburne (1917). Includes reminiscences by 
Swinburne's associates about his life and works, and dis- 
cussions of English literary history and activities in the late 
19th and early 20th centuries. Correspondents include 
Henry James and George Moore. 
Card index in the library. 
Acquired, 1960. 



MS63-100 
Gt. Brit. Secretary of State for the Southern Dept. 

Diplomatic dispatches (Spain) 1717-82. 2 v. 
■ ? In Duke University Library. .,..--. 

Diplomatic dispatches between the secretariat of the 
Southern Dept. and British envoys in Spain, chiefly 1717 
and 173L The main topics are tariffs on imports into 
Spain; George Bubb's (later George Bubb Dodington, 
Baron Melcombe) role as envoy extraordinary to Spain; 
Spanish and Austrian rivalry in Italy ; Spanish and Portu- 
guese arguing over implementation of the Treaty of Ut- 
Al recht; the activities of William Stanhope, 1st earl of 
Harrington; Johan Willem Ripperda; the instructions of 
Thomas Pelham-Holles, 1st duke of Newcastle-under-Lyme, 
to Sir Benjamin Keene; the treaties of Seville and Vienna; 
economic rivalry between Spain and England ; Spanish dep- 
redations against English shipping; and European diplo- 
matic developments. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1962. 



MS 63-101 
Hnger, Alfred, 1788-1872. 

Letter press books, 1853-59. 2 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Statesman, and postmaster of Charleston, S. C. Letters 
to Huger's friends and relatives expressing his anti- 
secession sentiments and his opinions on politics, political 
leaders, and events in his State. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1962. 

MS 63-102 
Johnston, Zachariah, 1740 (ca.)--l800. 

Papers of Zachariah and fhomas Johnston. 1717-1858. 
626 items and 7 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Planter and politician of Augusta and Rockbridge coun- 
ties, Va. Mostly legal and business letters and papers of 
Johnston and his son, Thomas, relating to land and legal 
matters in 18th century Virginia, economic conditions in 
Virginia, militia, and political developments in which the 
Johnstons were involved. Includes the journal (ca. 1717) 
of an Irish linen weaver, and a diary (1794) of travel in 
Kentucky. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1960. 

MS 63-103 
Eell, John Mcintosh, 1823-1900. 

Papers, 1785-1921. 3132 items and 4 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Naval officer. Correspondence containing information 
about Kell's career in the D. S. Navy and Confederate Navy, 
(1840-65) in which he served as executive officer of the 
G. S. S. Sumter and Alabama and as captain of the Rich- 
mond ; material (1833-65) concerning the family of Nathan 
Campbell Munroe of Macon, Ga.; and discussions of poli- 
tics, education, railroads, the Protestant Episcopal Church, 
and social life in Georgia. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1935-63. 

MS 63-104 
Knight, John, 1806-1864. 

Papers, 1788-1891. 1323 items and 47 r. 

In Duke University Library. 

Merchant and financier. Mainly personal letters ex- 
changed by Knight and his wife, Frances (Beall) Knight, 
with their relatives in Maryland, containing information 
about mercantile activities in Mississippi after- J.830, specu- 
lation and investment in the Southwest, slavery and plant- 
ing, cotton culture in Mississippi, American finance during 
the Civil War, descriptions of Europe with emphasis on 
Rome and its art colony (1850-^64), internal travel in the 
U. S., sculptor Edward Sheffield Bartholomew, and general 
economic conditions in the U. S. (1830-65). Correspond- 
•ents include Enoch Pratt and Roger B. Taney. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1960. 

MS63-105 
Lamington, Charles Wallace Alexander Napier Cochrane- 
BaOlie, baron, 1860-1940. 
Papers, 1903-08. 52 items and 3 v. 
In Duke University Library. 

British statesman and member of Parliament. Corre- 
spondence and letter books containing copies of Lamington's 
dispatches during his tenure as Governor of Bombay (1903- 
07), revealing the problems of Bombay in the early 20th 



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Lamington, Charles Wallace Alexander Napier Cochrane- 

BaflKe, baron, 1860-1940. Papers, 1903-08. 

(Continued) 
century, such as administration, agriculture, the army, com- 
merce, the courts, education, public finance, industry, jour- 
nalism, public health, social life and customs, and trans- 
portation, especially railroads. 
Card index in the library. 
Acquired, 1962. 



t—j «. ., . ^ MS63-106 

Lewis, David John, 1869-1952. 

Papers, 1905-49. 3282 items and 12 t. 

In Duke University Library. 

Lawyer, member of XL S. Tariff Commission, and XJ. S. 
Representative from Maryland. Letters, political and pro- 
fessional papers, scrapbooks, and newspaper clippings re- 
flecting Lewis' interest in free trade and his effort to unseat 
Senator Millard Tydings of Maryland in 1938. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1963. 



«-^ i. . ,. .. MS-63-107 

McCalla, John M I. ca. 1785. 

Papers, 1785-1871. 653 items and 4 v. 
In Duke University Library. 

Militia officer and civil servant. Papers relating to the 
McCalla family of Lexington, Ry. Includes material on 
Democratic Party politics and the War of 1812; the Mexi- 
can War; the American Colonization Society; McCalla's in- 
ventions; the real estate inheritance, mainly in Washington, 
D. C. of IsabeUe Hill, wife of his son, Dr. John McCalla; a 
journal of a trip to Liberia (1860) ; letters from former Mc- 
Calla slaves in Liberia; and an account of the inauguration 
of Abraham Lincoln (1861). 
Card index in the library. 
Acquired, 196L 



MeLaws, Lafayette, 1821-1897. 

Papers, 1862-95. 97 items and 2 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Confederate Army officer. Letters and papers mainly 
concerned with General James Longstreet's charges against 
MeLaws for neglect of duty in the assault on Knoxville, 
Tenn. (1863). Other topics include campaigns in which 
MeLaws participated, postwar reminiscences about his mili- 
tary career, and his biography. Includes two volumes about 
the Atlantic and Mexican Gulf Canal Company. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1960. 



„ .„ „ MS 63-109 

Melville, Henry Dnndas, 1st viscount, 1742-1811 

Papers, ca. 1790-1809. 104 items and 1 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

British statesman. Correspondence and documents relat- 
ing to Melville's career. Includes 20 letters (1793-1809) on 
political and administrative matters ; reports on the strength 
and disposition of British troops (1794-1805) ; and 1 v. en- 
titled "Melville papers" (60 p.) pertaining to military and 
diplomatic developments during the Napoleonic War. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1961. 



m i. j « MS" 63-110 

Morehead, Eugene, 1845-1889. 
Papers, 1879-92. 276 items. 
In Duke University Library. 

Banker and tobacco manufacturer, of Durham, K. C. 
Mainly personal letters reflecting the early establishment oife 
banking in Durham, K. O, the infant tobacco industry, and^ 
social life in a prospering city in the new South. 
Card index in the library. 
Acquired, 1962. 

MS 63-111 
Pitt, Wffliam, 1759-1806. 

Papers, 1762-1884 91 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

British statesman. Chiefly letters written by Pitt through- 
out his career; containing information about his education, 
his early political views, his conversations (1792) with 
Hugues Maret, relations with the American colonies, per- 
sonal matters, the Pitt family, and Pitt's political career. 
Includes five letters of William Pitt, 1st earl of Chatham. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1960-63. 

MS 63-112 
Scott, Sir James George, 1851-1935. 

Scrapbooks, 1888-97. 2 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

British diplomat, colonial administrator, and author. 
Miscellaneous official correspondence, invitations, notes, 
drawings, and other items relating to Scott's career in the 
British Legation at Bangkok (1893-94) and on the Mekong 
Cfcmunission (1894-95). Includes information about diplo- 
matic developments in the Far East in the 1880's, the Anglo- 
Siamese Boundary Commission, Siamese history in t ha^. 
1890's, imperialism in the Far East, and Robert LaufJP 
Morant's dismissal as tutor to the Siamese royal family. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1961. 

« _. MS 63-113 

Simons, Siegnng, and Cappelmann, Charleston, S. C. 

Records, ca. 1830-1929. ca. 100,000 items and 200 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Legal and personal correspondence and papers (1830- 
1921) of a law firm whose partners included James Simons, 
Sr., James Simons, Jr., Rupert Siegling, and John D. Cap- 
pelmann. Includes information about the legal profession 
in Charleston, the service of James Simons, Sr., in the South 
Carolina Militia at the outbreak of the Civil War, the serv- 
ice of James Simons, Jr., in the Confederate Army, the 
presidencies of Rupert Siegling and James Simons, Jr., of 
the Charleston News and Courier Company, the service of 
various members of the firm in the South Carolina Legisla- 
ture, local State, and national politics, the development of 
tiie Charleston public school system, slavery in South Caro- 
lina, the Civil War, Reconstruction, and the South Carolina 
dispensary system. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1954— 

MS 63-1* 
Spain. Oonatdado. Charleston. 

Recosds, 1794-1898. 4664 items and 46 v. 
In Duke University Library. 

Correspondence, logbooks, shipping and passport regis- 
ters, crew lists, and an inventory of consular property. 
Chiefly communications directed to the Spanish late in 

Charleston, S. C. by the Madrid government, by Spanish 
diplomats and consular representatives in the U. S., and by 



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Spain. Convtdado. Charleston. Records. 1794-1898. 

(Continued) 

governing officials in Florida, Cuba, and Puerto Rico. The 
^ papers of the 1790's and early 1800's are largely concerned 

^F with Spanish interests in Florida. The papers of the 1830's 

except those dealing with routine commercial matters, are 
largely concerned with political affairs in Spain. Later 
papers relate to Spain's concern that the U. S. will aid 
Cuban insurgents, reports of American filibustering for 
Spanish possessions before and after the Civil War, revolu- 
tionary movements in Cuba, Spain's diplomatic approach to 
the U. S. during the Civil War, Spain's naval war with 
Chile and Peru (1865-66), Charleston's trade with Spanish 
West Indian possessions during most of the 19th century, 
and occasionally to Spanish diplomatic relations with 
nations other than the U. S. 
Card index in the library. 
Acquired, 1963. 

MS63-115 
Spain. Viceco7isulado. Savannah. 

Records. 1835-1936. 975 items and 4 v. 
In Duke University Library. 

Largely .communications directed to the Spanish Vice- 
Consulate in Savannah, Ga., by the Madrid government, by 
Spanish ministers, consuls, and vice-consuls in the U. S, and 
by governing officials in Puerto Rico and Cuba. The central 
theme is Spain's constant preoccupation that American or 
Cuban expeditions, operating from the U. S., would wrest 
the island from the Spanish crown. Includes references to 
political developments within Spain, Spain's commercial 
relations with her West Indian possessions and with the 
U. S., and Spain's naval war with Chile and Peru (1865- 
4fc 66) ; and routine records relating to shipping, customs serv- 
^^ ice, and commerce. 

Card index in the library. 
Acquired, 1963. 

MS 63-116 
Tflghman, William, 1756-1824. 

Papers, 1671-1876. 866 items and 6 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Lawyer and jurist Papers largely concerned with Tilgh- 
man's law practice in Chestertown, Md., and his service in 
the State Legislature (1788-93). Includes genealogical in- 
formation about Maryland's Eastern Shore, information 
about economic and agricultural conditions in Maryland in 
the late 18th century, Tilghman's vicissitudes because of his 
Loyalist sympathies during the Revolution, his efforts to ad- 
vance the interests of his constituents while he served in the 
Maryland Legislature, and tie Tilghman family. Volumes 
include a digest of legal cases in which Tilghman partici- 
pated, legal notes, court dockets, and a summary of estate 
laws in Maryland. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1962-63. 

'„..' ""■■ MS6S-117 

iUhnghast f amOy. 

jfr Papers, 1765-1945. 2630 items and 21 v. 

™ In Duke University Library. 

Family and business letters, personal journals, deeds, legal 
items, and papers (chiefly 1830-1911) of William Norwood 
Tillinghast (b. 1831), merchant of Fayetteville, N. C; Wil- 
liam A. Norwood (1767-1842), judge of Hillsboro, N. C.; 
and of the Ti llinghast and Norwood families of Massachu- 
setts, Virginia, and North Carolina. Contains information 
about the mercantile activities of the Tillinghast family, 
social life and customs in North Carolina before 1900, busi- 



ness and economic conditions in the South before, during, 
and after the Civil War, agriculture in the South Atlantic 
States before 1860, the secession of North Carolina, living 
conditions during the Civil War and Reconstruction, events 
of the Civil War in North Carolina, the South during the 
late 19th century, and camp life during the Spanish Ameri- 
can War. Correspondents include Kemp P. Battle and 
Henry Clay Robinson. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1958. 



MS 63-118 
Tolbert, William E ea. 1840-ca. 1900. 

Papers, 1820-1939. 1405 items and 8 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Civil War soldier and businessman of Chambersburg, Pa. 
Correspondence and business, personal, and legal papers of 
Tolbert and several members of the Tolbert and Huber 
families of Chambersburg, Pa., containing information 
about family affairs, Republican Party affairs in Chambers- 
burg, and Tolbert's activities with the Chief Engineer's 
Office of the U. S. Military Railroad in the Division of the 
Mississippi Includes letters (1883-1922) from a missionary 
in Nagasaki, Japan. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1951. 



MS 68-119 
Tompkins, Charles Brown, 1838-1919. 

Papers, 1847-73. 461 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Physician. Mainly personal letters exchanged between 
Tompkins and his wife, Mary (Gapen) Tompkins, daring 
their engagement and marriage, relating to Tompkins' 
medical education at Rush Medical College, his work as a 
surgeon for the 17th and 55th regiments of the Dlinois In- 
fantry during the Civil War, his wife's career as a teacher 
in Rushville, El., her work in establishing a private school in 
Lswistown, DL, their marriage, medical care of soldiers dur- 
ing the Civil War, and polities-and-4ife in southern Illinois 
during the Civil Wax. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1950. 



MS68-120 
Tompkins, Daniel Augustus, 1851-1914. 

Papers, 1860-1926. 830 items and 4 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Engineer, author, and entrepreneur. Letters and papers 
relating to Tompkins' work in the Pennsylvania steel indus- 
try, his career as an industrial engineer in North Carolina, 
his personal life, his activities as co-owner of the Daily 
Charlotte observer and his disputes with the editor, J. C 
Hemphill, his patents and inventions, his business activities, 
and the settlement of his estate. Includes ledgers and a 
stockholders' minute book of the D. A. Tompkins Company. 

Card index in the library. 

Acsqnired 1950, 1954,1961. 



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MS 63-121 
Torrance family. 

Papers, 1754-1915. 559 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Correspondence and papers of four generations of the Tor- 
rence family. The earlier papers consist of plans and mem- 
oranda concerning the settlement of the estate of Adam Tor- 
rence (d. ca. 1780), Revolutionary soldier. Most of the 
papers date in the 1850's and relate to the settlement of the 
estate of Alexander H. Torrence (d. ca. 1848), lawyer and 
politician of Iredell Co., N. C. Includes records about the 
hiring of slaves (1853-60) , the guardianship of the children 
of Alexander Torrence, and lists of farm equipment and 
household furnishings with values. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1938. 



„ . MS63-122 

Towner, Benjamin T 

Papers, 1817-97. 176 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Merchant of Shepherdstown, W. Va. Personal and busi- 
ness correspondence of Towner and James S. Lane, and of 
other members of the Towner and Schley families of Vir- 
ginia, relating to family activities, politics in Virginia dur- 
ing the 1840's, camp life during the Mexican War, and social 
life and customs in Virginia. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1954. 



™_. t , , MS 63-123 

Trimble, John A 1801-ca. 1880. 

Papers. 1802-1907. 2489 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Merchant and businessman of Hillsboro, Ohio. Business 
and personal letters and papers, mostly after 1830, relating 
to Trimble's financial difficulties and his disputes with mem- 
bers of his family over business troubles; national and Ohio 
financial conditions and politics; and family affairs. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired 1957, 1959. 



MS 63-124 
Tubman, Richard, d. 1836. 

Papers, 1753-1858. 210 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Cotton merchant of Augusta, Ga. Business correspond- 
ence and papers (chiefly 1811-29) concerning Tubman's 
extensive affairs in Augusta, his activities in the cotton 
trade, the attitudes of fanners and merchants toward the 
War of 1812, and business conditions in Georgia. The 
papers after 1836 are those of his wife, Emily H. Tubman, 
who carried on his business. Includes Maryland land deeds 
prior to 1800 and a few personal papers. 

Card index in the library. Also described in Guide to the 
manuscript collections in the Duke University Library, by 
N. M. Tilley and N. L. Goodwin (1947) p. 235. 

Acquired 1938, 1954, 1957. 



„ „ MS 63-125 

Turner, George Wflmer. 

Papers, 1846-96. 1579 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Planter of Goochland Co., Va. Family and personal cor- 
respondence and legal and business papers, mostly from the 
post-Civil War period and concerning difficulties and pov- 
erty during Reconstruction. The letters concern family and 



plantation affairs; the education of Turner's six sons; stu- 
dents' affairs at the College of William and Mary, Williams- 
burg, Va., and Washington and Lee University, Lexington, 
Va.; early public education in Virginia; and economic con- 
ditions during Reconstruction. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired 1938, 1952. 



MS 63-126 
Turner family. 

Papers, 1827-1929. 1313 items and 8 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Correspondence and papers of Jesse Turner, Sr. (1805- 
1894), lawyer, jurist, and Whig politician of Van Bnren, 
Ark.; his wife, Rebecca (Allen) Turner (1823-1917) ; their 
son, Jesse Turner, Jr. (1856-1919) ; and other members of 
the Turner family, relating to the law practices of the 
Turners, family affairs, political activities in Arkansas and 
the U. S. (1840-1900), secession in Arkansas, the Arkansas 
Constitution of 1836, social life and customs in Arkansas, 
and life during Reconstruction. Includes legal records, a 
family diary (1857-59), a journal of work on steamboats in 
the West (1840's-50's), and scrapbooks relating to the elec- 
tions of 1848 and 1860. Correspondents include Albert Pifee 
and Absalom Fowler. 

Card index in the library. Also described in Guide to the 
manuscript collections in the Duke University Library, by 
N. M Tilley and N. L. Goodwin (1947) p. 287. 

Acquired, 1939-54. 



MS68-127 
Tutt, James A 

Papers, 1807-1908. 1800 items and 1 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Mercantile clerk and postmaster of Calhoun, Henry Co., 
Mo. Business and personal correspondence and papers 
(chiefly 1835-58) of Tutt and various members of the Tutt 
family relating to Tutt's removal from Virginia to Missouri, 
the migration of other members of the family to the Old 
Northwest and to the Trans-Mississippi West, frontier con- 
ditions and the difficulties of settling in the West, and Tutt's 
mercantile activities and career as postmaster of Calhoun, 
Ma 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1950. 



MS63-128 
Tyson, Bryan. 

Papers, 1857-1903. 252 items and 2 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Politician, government clerk, and inventor, of Orange Co., 
N. C. Letters and papers reflecting Tyson's interest in the 
Democratic Party, his activities in Washington to spread 
Unionism among Confederate soldiers imprisoned in the 
North, the migration of North Carolinians to Indiana dur- 
ing the Civil War, his business ventures and efforts to rai^M 
money for a machine to extract gold from ore, and family^ 
matters. Includes letters (1863-65) from prisoners of war 
to Tyson, and papers of his brother, James Tyson, of Dur- 
ham Station, N. C. 

Card index to the library. Also described in Guide to the 
manuscript collections in the Duke University Library, by 
N. M Tilley and N. L. Goodwin (1947) p. 238-9. 

Acquired 1933, 1952, 1961. 



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MS 63-139 
Van Metre, George W 

Papers of George W. Van Metre and William Ferrel, 
1732-1943. 1671 items and 8 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Chiefly surveying notes and drawings of Van Metre, a 
civil engineer of Martinsburg, W. Va^ together -with per- 
sonal and business correspondence and papers of Van Metre, 
of William Ferrel (1817-1891), meteorologist, and of other 
members of the Van Metre and Ferrel families of West Vir- 
ginia. Includes weather observations, business diaries, 
letters relating to family matters, medical records, letters 
from a missionary in Tnflia^ gad account books. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1958. 



MS63-130 
Van Noppen, cuarles Leonard, 1869-1938. 

Papers, 1881-1935. 1136 items. 

In Duke University library. 

Publisher, editor, and author, of Greensboro, N.. C Let- 
ters and papers, mostly relating to the projected extension 
of Samuel A'Court Ashe's book Biographical history of 
North Carolina from Colonial times to the present, (1908- 
25 ). Includes 200 brief biographical portraits of prominent 
North Carolinians by various scholars, and a few personal 
and business letters and papers. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1944, 1960. 



MS63-131 
Vinton, John Rogers, 1801-1847. 

Papers, 1814-61. 236 items and 9 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Army officer. Correspondence, journals and other papers 
(chiefly 1837-49). The letters concern army and social life 
in Southern towns during the 1830*3 and 184CS, including 
Beaufort, N. C, Augusta, Ga^ and St Augustine and New 
Smyrna, Fla. ; the slavery controversy, Paddy Carr and the 
Creek Indians; the character of Winfield Scott; plans for 
the education of Vinton's children; and the Mexican War. 
Includes an account of a trip to Georgia and the Creek 
Nation; a survey of the southern and western borders of 
the U. S.; a diary (1861) of Francis Laurens Vinton while 
on an expedition to explore the mineral resources of Hon- 
duras, giving accounts of William Walker and the filibuster; 
and a copy of a speech by John Ross, the Indian leader. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1940. 



MS 63-132 
Walks, Benjamin Leonard Covington, 1797-1862. 

Papers, 1843-59. 126 items and 2a v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Agriculturist, geologist, and naturalist Correspondence 
and diaries, chiefly during the years of Wailes' professorship 
at the University of Mississippi Includes diaries (1852-62) 
containing detailed accounts of Wailes' planting operations 
and his fossil collection and over a hundred letters from 
notable scientists, such as Louis Agassiz, John James Audu- 
bon, Peter Force, Robert W. Gibbes, John and Joseph Le- 
Conte, and Henry Wheatland. 

Card index in the library. Also described in Guide to 
the manuscript collections in the Duke University Library, 
by N. M Tilley and N. L. Goodwin (1947) p. 241. Partially 
published in A Gentleman of the Old Natchez Region: 
Benjamin L. G. Wailes, by Charles S. Sydnor (1938). 

Acquired, 1937. 



MS 63-133 
Walker, Elbridge Gerry. 

Papers, 1801-1903. 1155 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Druggist and court clerk, of Scottsville and Glasgow, Ely. 
Correspondence and business papers dealing primarily with 
the drug business and containing information on the prac- 
tice of medicine in ante bellum Tennessee and Kentucky. 
Includes papers relating to Walker's later activities as clerk 
of the Circuit Court of Allen Co.,Ky., and personal letters 
of various members of the Walker family of Kentucky. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1959. 



MS 63-184 
Walker, William Henry Talbot, 1816-1665. 

Correspondence, 1850-83. 290 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Confederate and U. S. Army officer. Letters (1850-60) 
from Walker recording his army career in Mississippi, West 
Point Minnesota, and Georgia; Civil War reflections, gen- 
erally addressed to his wife, showing a resentment toward 
the Confederate military leaders and containing criticism of 
Jefferson Davis and accounts of skirmishes in northern Vir- 
ginia during the autumn of 1861 ; and letters from Walker's 
daughter, Molly, wife of Dr. Charles Schley, of Savannah, 
Ga, 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired 1940, 1941, 1952. 



MS63-135 
Washburn, Algernon Sidney, 1814-1879. 

Correspondence, 1832-84. 214 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Banker, businessman, and farmer. Letters to Washburn 
from his brother, Cadwallader Washburn (1818-1882), U. S. 
Representative, Governor of Wisconsin, and industrialist, 
about real estate investment financial conditions, the Panic 
of 1857, his political life, and his military career during the 
Civil War; from Elihu Benjamin Washburn, commonly 
"Washburne" (1816-1887), U. S. Representative from Illi- 
nois, Minister to France, and author, about family affairs, 
Ids diplomatic career, and financial conditions; from Israel 
Washburn (1813-1883), U. S- Representative and Governor 
of Maine, about family affairs in Maine and various aspects 
of his career; from another brother, Charles, about financial 
and business conditions written from various places in Cali- 
fornia and Venezuela; and from William Drew Washburn. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1954. 



MS 63-136 
Watson, Henry, 1810-1891. 

Papers. 1765-1938. 3776 items and 18 v. 

In Duke University library. 

Planter and lawyer of Greensboro^ Ala. Letters, diaries, 
business correspondence, and papers (chiefly 1828-69) relat- 
ing to Watson's career in law, his planting activities, his 
accumulation of property, establishment of the Planter's 
Insurance Company, slavery, farming conditions in ante 
bellum Alabama, politics in Alabama before the Civil War, 
activities of the Watson family, the migration of Watson's 
family and relatives to various places in the West, secession 



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Watson, Henry, 1810-1891. Papers, 1765-1938. 
(Continued) 

in Alabama, Watson's removal to Germany during the Civil 
War, his return to the U. S. after the war, and his postwar 
career in Connecticut and Alabama. Includes correspond- 
ence with his partner, John Erwin, a Whig leader; land 
grants to Edwin Peck signed by Martin Van Buren; letters 
trom Confederate soldiers imprisoned at Johnson's Island, 
Ohio; letters from Henry Barnard; and early letters from 
Elisha Stanley describing Pittsburgh, Pa., Cincinnati, Ohio, 
and Kentucky, the mercantile business during the War of 
1812, the martial spirit and activities of the Kentuckians 
during the War of 1812, and the disastrous effects of peace 
on mercantile pursuits. Also in the collection are letters 
and papers of John Watson (d. 1824), including fragments, 
complete hterarv MSS., and papers relating to th«T settle- 
ment of his estate; and letters and diaries of Sereno Wat- 
son. 

Card index in the library. Also described in Guide to the 
manuscript collections in the Duke University Library, by 
N. M Tilley and N. L. Goodwin (1947) p. 24 5 7 

Acquired, 1933, 1934, 1947, 1950. 



Weaver, William, 1780-1863. MS 63-137 

Papers, 1809-85. 3387 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Ironmaster and pioneer in scientific agriculture. Corre- 
spondence and business papers of the owner of the Bath 
Iron Works, Buffalo Forge, Va, containing information 
about the iron industry m ante bellum Virginia, the use of 
daves as industrial laborers, life among Weaver's worker! 
the supply of iron to the Confederate government, the iron 
industry in the Confederacy, and industrial conditions in 
V^rgnua during Reconstruction. Includes a- few personal 

Card index in the library. 
Acquired, 1956-57. 



Wellington, Arthnr Wellesley, i,t duke of, 1769-X 63 " 138 

Papers, 1704-1904. 81 items and 1 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

British statesman and army officer. Letters, newspaper 
w^V and W™ <«hi«flj 1829-48) relating to W^ing- 
ton's military ^political career. IndudesTvolume con- 
taining a poem in his memory and comments on the political 
situation and foreign relations in 1854. The papers after 
Wellesley's death are mainly newspaper clippings. 

Card index in the library. w-ga- 

Acquired, 1956-61. 



Whitford, John N d . ca 1894. ^ """* 

Papers, 1829-1921. 988 items and 27 v 

In Duke University Library. 

Planter, Confederate Army officer, and North Carolina 
{state senator. Correspondence, tax books, military order 
SmiSS!" P 1 ^*" 1 ^fds- ^d legal papers relating 
to Whitford's planting activities before and after the Civil 

Sj™ ^^ *" ■.«*"» I in the 67th Regiment of North 

W,7^^ r0 T\ and - ln " P 05 * 4 * 011 "■ State senator. Includes 
Whitford family letters and papers. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1951-60. 



TLTQ ftQ t At\ 

Whittingham, William Rollinson, Bp., 1805-1879 
Papers, 1823-79. 12,471 items. 
In Duke University Library. 
Protestant Episcopal clergyman, religious editor, and ^ 

miS^lf'SS-'' Prof ^ s ! onal P a Pers related to the develop- # 
ment of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the U S. A. after 
1825, especially in Maryland and the upper South, church 
administration, the efforts to build up the church in the 
South and West, pre-1860 social reform movements, the 
slavery controversy within the church, the "Native Ameri- 
can movement, the impact of the Civil War on the church, 
the work of Whittingham's associates among emancipated 
7o a ^f 8 ' ^ d ^ deveIo P m eat of Episcopal education after 
1830. Correspondents include Philander Chase, Richard 
Henry Dana, Jr., Phillip Gadsden, John McVickar, William 
Augustus Muhlenberg, William Edward Wyatt, and various 
leaders m the church. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1951. 



MS 63-141 
Whitty, James Howard, 1859-1937. 

Papers, 1792-1987. 11,606 items and 4 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

In part, transcripts. 

Journalist, bus in essman, and scholar. Letters, drafts of 
books and articles, research notes, newspaper clippings, and 
papers relating to Whitty's writings on Edgar Allan Poe, 
his editorship of Poe's poetry, the history of Richmond, Va, 
and his relationship with other scholars. Includes record 
books, transcripts of Poe's letters, pictures and clippings 
covering Poe's life, copies of letters (1838) from John C. - 
Fremont to Joel Poinsett, and letters concerning Poe from A 
literary scholars including George Woodberry, Mary Phil- 
lips, and Thomas O. Mabbott 

Card index in the library. 



__„ . __. „ MS 63-142 

Wilberfarce, William, 1759-1833. 

Letters, 1788-1872. 209 items. 

In Duke University library. 

Philanthropist and member of Parliament. Mostly let- 
ters (1814-15) by Wilberforce, relating to his activities in 
the anti-slave trade and abolition movements, with refer- 
ences to English politics, Catholicism, personal affairs, and 
his condition m his later years. Includes 34 letters written 
to William's son, Samuel Wilberforce, Bishop of Winchester 
(1805-1873), about missionary activities of the Church of 
England in East Africa and various British colonies. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1955- 



™~. MS 63-148 

Willcox, James M 6.1804. 

Papers, 1831-71. 328 items. . 

In Duke University Library. * 

Planter and member of the Virginia House of Delegates. 
Letters and papers of the Willcox and Lamb families, 
united by the marriage of Willcox and Mary Ann S. Lamb, 
reflecting family ties and farming operations during tile late 
ante bellum, Civil War, and Reconstruction periods. Con- 
sists of correspondence (1831-39) between Dr. John Fergu- 
son Lamb, a Frankford, Pa., physician, and his daughter, 
Mary Ann, concerning social life in Charles City Ca, Va. 



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Wfflcox, James M I. 1804. Papers, 1831-71, 

(Continued) 
horseracing, Nat Turner's activities, the condition of Mon- 
ticello, modes of travel, and the outbreak of cholera in Nor- 
folk, Va. ; letters from Willcox concerning bis children, the 
operation of his plantations, the effects of the Civil War on 
planting, Yankee plundering in eastern Virginia, and politi- 
cal affairs of the radicals during Reconstruction; and Civil 
War letters from Walter Borer, Confederate soldier in the 
20th Mississippi Regiment, furnishing descriptions of camp 
life, campaigns, the spirit of the men, clothing, food, the 
defense of Vicksburg, Miss. (1863), and a battle near Ken- 
nesaw Mountain, 6a. 1864 , 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired. 1942. 



MS 63-144 
Williams, Benjamin S i. 1843. 

Papers, 1792-1938. 859 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Confederate Army officer, planter, and official of Hamp- 
ton Co., S. C. Mainly personal letters of Williams and his 
family, concerning his Civil War military service in the 25th 
and 47th Georgia Infantry Regiments, his efforts to become 
a planter after the war, his personal life, and his work as 
sheriff and auditor of Hampton Co., S. C. Includes early 
land deeds, and letters from a physician who served in Cuba 
and Puerto Rico during the Spanish American War. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1950, 195L 



MS 63-145 
Winn family. 

Papers. 1780-1925. 2657 items and 27 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Personal and business correspondence, papers, and vol- 
umes, mainly of John Winn (d. 1844), farmer, lawyer, and 
postmaster, and bis son, Philip James Winn, physician and 
postmaster of Fluvanna Co., Va. The papers of the elder 
Winn relate to bounty claims of Revolutionary veterans, 
personal and business affairs, and include information about 
"Bremo," the plantation of Geri. John Hartwell Cocke. The 
papers of Philip James Winn relate to his education at the 
Virginia Military Institute and the University of Virginia, 
his career in medicine, the service of his brothers in the 
Confederate Army, and family activities, and include a 
description of the religious services of the Dunkards, records 
of the invention and patenting of a "new gate latch," and a 
letter of William H Winn describing the battles of Bethel 
( 1861)' and Gettysburg ( 1863). Includes journals, account 
books, ledgers, medical notes, postmaster's accounts, letter 
books of various members of the family, records of births 
and deaths of slaves, and accounts of the estate of Samuel 
Kidd. 

Card index in the library. Also described in Guide to the 
manuscript collections in the Duke University Library, by 
N. M Tilley and N. L. Goodwin (1947) p. 252-253. 

Acquired, 1933, 1951. 



MS 63-146 
Wolcot, John, 1738-1819. 

Papers, 1790-1820. 352 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

Chiefly photocopies (negative) 

English physician, painter, poet and satirist, generally 
known as "Peter Pindar." Literary and financial papers 
consisting of bills, contracts, promissory notes, accounts, and 
papers relating to Wolcot's bookbinding and publishing 
activities, financial affairs, and efforts to settle estates of rela- 
tives ; and literary notes. Includes 55 original items from 
the "Pindar" works and satires on one "Crimp." 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1942. 



MS 63-147 
Woteeley, Garnet Joseph, viscount, 1833-1913. 

Letters, 1873-1913. 53 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

British Army officer. Letters covering various aspects of 
Wolseley's military career, and relating to trouble with the 
natives in the Gold Coast in 1873, events in the Sudan in the 
late 1880's, British diplomacy in Egypt, the Nile Expedi- 
tion of 1884-85, and his appointment as commander in chief 
of the British Army. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1961. 



MS63-148 
Wood, Sir Evelyn, 1838-1919. 

Correspondence, 1848-1919. 205 items. 

In Duke University Library. 

British Army officer. Concerns Wood's military career 
and contains references to the Crimean War, tile Ashanti 
War (1873-74), the Zulu War (1878-79), the Transvaal 
War (1880-81), Egypt in the 1880's and 1890's, the Boer 
War, and reform in army administration (1895-4907) . 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1962. 



MS 63-149 
Wood, Samuel 

Papers, 1847-99. 368 items and 2 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Plantation overseer, agent for commission merchant and 
planter. Letters from James P. Tarry, owner of the plan- 
tation in Perry Co., Ala-, where Wood was employed, con- 
taining information on current prices of slaves and repeated 
injunctions (1851-54) that Wood should not whip the 
slaves; correspondence after 1855 relating to Wood's work 
in a commission house in Cahaba, Ala., and containing ref- 
erences to prices and markets for slaves and cotton; and 
bills, tax assessments, promissory notes, prices current, com- 
munications from commission merchants around Mobile, 
AUl, and other business papers after 1861 rektingto Wood's 
activities as a cotton planter and collector in Gay's Landing, 
Ala. Includes account books. 

Card index in the library. 

Acquired, 1941-42. 



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Woody family. MS 63-150 

**$"?> 1784-1939. 2325 items and 28 v 

in ltoke University Library 

Business and personal lette'rs and papers (chieflv ««- 

Montana Territory afterXSS' Sj ZKJ? ^ 
Woody relatives who had migrated to ?i ^cbvities of 

wis the .jiidr^ -^arisrste^a^ 

NorS CatS iS* i 3 *^' - eC ° nomic conditions S 

Card index in the library. 
Acquired, 1952-62. 



Wyche, Charles Cecil, 1885- MS 63-151 

Papers, 1902-24. 9736 items 
In Duke University Library 

lating to Wyche's' personaT^s^ 'SjTS^ 

m World War r, the political Sr^Se' J" £% 

Ktn £t ref ° m ' ""* ^ 1924 — «- — ta 
Card index in the library 
Acquired, 1955. 



Yancey, Benjamin Cudworth, 1817-1891 ^ 63 ~ 152 

Papers, 1846-82. 102 items. 
In Duke University Library 

Card index in the library 
Acquired, 1944. 



Records, 1830-1946. 8 ft. and 28 v 
Hn^f* 1 ?* itnto Libnu 7 (Philadelphia) 

ships and the shipyard, and «T)wlT f Cramp built 



Franklin Institute, PkOaddphia. ** 68_U * 

Records, 1824- ca. 65 ft 

J* Fjanklrn Institute, Philadelphia. Archives Section. 

fhTTw/T?" °? Sf^ awards and exhibitions (1824-74) 
ttie Intemalaonal Electrical Exhibition. 1884 T w™Ti«i' 
^bition,OL885, and the National E^E^tio^S 

fM1™f^? H j d ^° ***■» Hi « h School, proposed New 
College, proposed School of Arts, sXol of Des^X 

JSOSL £ 85(WJ3 > ' **■* Hall leases (1882-Sbeine 

social functions and meetings in Philadelphia; and a letter 

from Samud D. Ingh*n7Secretary of thTTreSry" 3t 

mg cooperation of tiie Franklin^titute in tiTSg- 

tion of the causes of the bursting of steam boilers. ^ 

Open to investigators under repository restrictions. 

Lenthall, John, 1807-1882. MS tt_1BB 

A^ectapal drawings and specifications, ca. 3 ft. 
In FrankLn Institute Library (Philadelphia) 

andSr nt Navf 1 "IS* Burea " <>f Construction 
ana itepair, U. S. Navy. Architectural drawings and data 

wJ- n^f 6 ^ ***. ^^ the Bevolutionto ti^ CH? 
War; material concerning foreign war vessel* *£L? n 

British and French, buHL of ILw DeW,*^*? 7 

Sardinia, Turtey^d OJomblafanTpap^Snf S 

maritime matters, chiefly materials fiHSofi?* *"* 

Open .to investigators under library restrictions. 

Bequest of Mr. Lenthall. 

McCaa, David Galen. MS 68-156 ^ 

Notes on experiments with high frequency circuits. 1M0- 
46. 32 v. * 

la Franklin Institute Library (Philadelphia) 
Open to investigators under library restrictions. 
Gift of Mr. McCaa. 

American Turners. Cincinnati. 63 ~ 157 

Records, 1850-1948. 53 v. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

i^SSMaT books ' memberehip "^ «*"-*«* 

Unpublished index in the library. 
Gift of the society, 1962. * , 

Bank of the United States (1816-1836) '' ** ^^ 

Records, 1817-59. ca. 8000 items and 28 v. . 

In Cincinnati Historical Society oollectiona 

Records of the Cmcinnati branch of the Second Bank of 

tbe Umted States, including memoranda, copies of letters 

sent and received, resolutions f the Bbardbf S 

STSrJf T*S?P ** the bank, seSS 

oTT^TT^ ciu r^ rS ^^^S * 

of Timothy Kirby to resolve affairs of the Cincinnati office 
after it closed m 1820; correspondence betwemKMy^ 
after a ^T^H ,, ST ^ ^ -"" P^utinglSdaims 
SnnuSlisst^l)! 6 ^ at ^ to Henry Blackstone 

D^cribed in the Bulletin of the Historical and Philo- 
sophical Society of Ohio (Jan., 1959) p. 68 

Gift of the Harder estate, 1958. 



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MS 63-159 
Black, Lewis Cass, 1815-1919. 

Correspondence, 1875-1927. 81 items. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

Lawyer, of Ohio. Legal and personal correspondence 
pertaining to Black's Cincinnati law firm, whose various 
partners included Robert Lounsbury Black (188H954), 
Charles A. Bosworth (1853-1911), Joseph Benson Foraker 
(1846-1917), N. Roekhold, and James Black Swing (1854- 
1924). 

Gift of the estate of Robert Lounsbury Black, 1954. 



Bouscaren, Look Frederic Gustave, 1840-1904 
Correspondence, 1879-1900. 8 v. 
In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 



MS6S-160 



Consulting engineer, of Ohio. Letter<press books of per- 
sonal correspondence of Bouscaren, who constructed rail- 
ways, bridges, and waterworks. Includes material on the 
Southern Railroad; Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas 
Pacific Railroad; Covington, Ky., reservoir; Covington and 
Cincinnati Bridge Company; and Cincinnati Water Works. 

Gift of the Medical Library of the General Hospital of 
the City of Cincinnati, 1962. 



MS 63-161 



Brown, Henry; of Dayton, Ohio. 
Papers. 1799-1833. 75 items. 



In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

Merchant, of Dayton, Ohio. Correspondence, documents, 
and other materials relating to the supplying of the U. S. 
Army in the West during the War of 1812. Correspondents 
include James Morrison (1775-1846) and John Johnston 
(1775-1861). 

Purchased from King V. Hostick, 1960. 



MS 63-162 
Buchanan, Robert, 1797-1879. 
Papers, 1814-79. 189 items. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

Merchant, steamboat captain, and business and civic 
leader of Pennsylvania and Ohio. Correspondence and 
documents relating to commerce in Cincinnati ; the Second 
Bank of the United States; U. S. politics, particularly in 
the 1830's and 1840's; Charles Macalester & Company; and 
paleobotany. Includes letters from Increase Allen Lapham 
(1811-1875). 

Unpublished index in the repository. 



MS63-163 
Cincinnati. Baseball Club (National Leagve) 
Records, 1882-88. 7 v. and 6 boxes. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence; cashbooks, including receipts and dis- 
bursements ; ledgers, including special accounts and accounts 
by players; bills and receipts; checks; statements of attend- 
ance, receipts and weather; players' contracts (1885-87) ; 
salary records; and other papers. 

Indexed in card catalog in the repository. 

Gift of Cornelius J. Hauck, 1949. 



MS 63-164 
Cincinnati. Walnut Hills Congregational Church. 

Records, 1847-1940. 4 boxes, 22 v., and 2 folders. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence (1847-99) ; annual reports of the Church 
Committee (1848-72) ; registers (1868- ?<*0) ; minutes of or- 
ganization meetings (1882-84) ; Churv committee meetings 
(1892-1940) pledgers (1895-1937) ; miscellaneous church re- 
ports (1901-08) ; Ladies Aid Society minutes (1912-1921) ; 
subscription record (1903-10); record of church activities 
(1903-40) ; treasurer's records; and other papers. , 

Gift of the Walnut Hills Congregational Church, Cin- 
cinnati, and C. E. Warner, 1941 and 1950. 

MS 63-165 
Cist, Henry Martyn, 1839-1902, eoTUetor. 
Collection. 1848-91. 150 Hems. 
In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 
Lawyer and Army officer. Autograph letters, portraits, 
and newspaper clippings on Civil War generals. 
Purchased from Olin Norwood, 1950. 

^ MS63-166 
Cranch, William, 1769-1855. 

Papers, .ca. 1790-1855. ca. 300 items. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

Jurist, of Washington, D. C. Correspondence, poems, 
documents, and other personal and political papers, some 
of which relate to the importation of slaves. Correspond- 
ents include Abigail Adams, Thomas B. Adams, Richard 
Cranch, James Greenleaf, Josiah Quincy, and Isaac Riley 

& Co. . 

Unpublished index in the repository. 

Gift of Emma Cranch, 1893. 

MS 63-167 
Curwen, MaskeD Ewing, 1825-1868. 

Papers. 1818-84. 160 items. . 

In XSncinnati Historical Society collections. 
Lawyer, of Ohio. Mostly correspondence relating to per- 
sonal affairs, the legal profession, and the Curwen family, 
with references to the cholera epidemic of 1849 in Dayton, 

Ohio. 

Unpublished calendar in the repository. 

Acquired before 1918. 

MS63-168 
Est*, David Kirkpatrick, 1785-1875. 

Papers, 1802-73. 18 v. and 10 folders. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

Lawyer and judge, of New Jersey and Ohio. Correspond- 
ence execution docket, and diaries and journals providing 
information on Este's personal life and feelings; the man- 
ners and customs of the time, especially in Cincinnati; per- 
sonalities in Cincinnati history; and comments on the 

weather. 
Gift of David Bruce, 1947. 

MS63-169 
Fox, George Benson, 5. 1842. 

Letters, 1861-63. 78 items. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

Army officer. Civil War letters from Fox, mostly from 
Virginia, to his family in Cincinnati while he was serving 
with the 75th Ohio Volunteer Infantry under CoL Nathaniel 
McLean, in the brigade commanded by Brig. Gen. Robert C. 
Schenck (1809-1890). 

Purchase, 1940. 



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Glendale, Ohio. Maple Knoll Hospital and Home. 

Records, 1854-1957. 16 v. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

Minutes, report books and financial records of a charitable 
institution for the care of unmarried expectant mothers, 
which was located until 1927 in Cincinnati and known at 
various times as the Protestant Home for the Friendless 
and House of Industry, the Protestant Home for the Friend- 
less and Female Guardian Society of Cincinnati, the Prot- 
estant Home for the Friendless and Foundlings, and the 
Hospital and Home for the Friendless. 

Indexed in manuscript catalog in repository. 

Gift of Mrs. Harriet Stewart, 1960. 



Greene, William, 1797-1883. MS 63-171 

Papers, 1775-1888. 754 items. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

lawyer, and Lieutenant Governor of Rhode Island. Cor- 
respondence and other material relating to Cincinnati and 
J**"^- national and Ohio politics, and social life; 
together with papers of Dr. Frederick Roelker (1809-1881} 

a£ZZ?£& ■•*'?*? ° f 9*°' « -■«* Cincinnati and 
German- politics of the period. Correspondents include 
Ethan Allen Brown, Thomas Corwin, Frederick Grimke, 
Robert H. Ives, Rufus King of New York, Samuel F Vin- 
ton, and Richard R. Ward. 

Unpublished index in the repository. 

Some of the letters have been published in The quarterly 
publication of the Historical and Philosophical Society of 
Ohio, v. 13, no. 1 (Jan.-March 1918) 

Gift of Annie L Roelker, ca. 1918. 



Greene famOy. MS ^ m 

Papers of the Greene and Roelker families, collected bv 
Luaen Wulsin, 1818-81. 5 boxes. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence, diaries, and miscellaneous material of the 
families of William Greene and Frederick Roelker, relating 
to Cincinnati and Ohio history in the 19th century. 

Unpublished calendar in repository. 

Permanent loan from Lucien Wulsin, 1949. 



Greve famfly. MS 6 *" 173 

Papers. 1828-1930. 7 boxes. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

In part, <™Mcripts (typewritten) of papers owned by 
the Literary Club of Cincinnati. ^ 

Mostly personal correspondence, along with legal and his- 
torical material of Charles Theodore Greve (1863-1930)- 
his grandfather, Joachim Greve; his father, Theodore Lund 
August Greve ; his mother, Clara (Emrie) Greve; his wife, 
Laura BeUe (Cherry) Greve; his son, Theodore Greve; and 
his daughter, Cherry (Greve) Lyford. Includes material 
pertaining to the Eclectic Medical Institute, Cincinnati, 
Unio, and miscellaneous papers by various authors which 
were read at the Literary Club of Cincinnati. 

Unpublished calendar in the repository. 

Gift of the estate of Charles Theodore Greve, 1953 



_ . MS 63-174 

Harrison family. 

Papers, 1789-1893. 465 items. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

Personal and business letters and papers of the family of 
Learner Blackman Harrison (1815-1902), including com- 4fc 
ments relating to the social history of the times, particularly ™ 
in Indian Hill, Ohio; and mentioning the Herron, Hinkle, 
Longworth, Stettinius, and Burnet families. 

Unpublished index and partial calendar in the repository. 

Gift of Mrs. Frances Smith Wyman, 1940. 

Hatch, George. MS6a - 176 

Correspondence, 1861-63. 78 items. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

Politician, of Cincinnati, Ohio. Letters to Hatch in his 
capacity as Mayor of Cincinnati, relating to the Kirby- 
Snuth raid and the defense of Cincinnati, and the orders 
issued at the time. Includes 16 letters from Gen. Lew Wal- 
lace (1827-1905). '"" 

Gift of the Office of the Mayor of Cincinnati, before 1900. 

Johnston, John, 1775-1861. MS 63-176 

Papers t 1806-61. 5 boxes. 

In Cincinnati .Historical Society collections. 

Indian agent and Army officer. Correspondence, business 
S? J?£ S^ . I »* ,d » P a Pe« relating to Indian affairs, 
the_ Methodist Episcopal Church, and the history of early 

Unpublished index to the correspondence in the repository, 
(jilts from various sources. 

MS63-177 ^ 
Jones, Frank Johnston, 1838-1927. ^ 

Papers, 1845-1941, 165 items and 3 boxes. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

Lawyer, financier, philanthropist, and university trustee. 
Mostly personal or formal social correspondence. Corre- 
spondence between Jones and his father, John Davis Jones 
(1797-1878), while the former was a student at Harvard 
Law School and a member of the 13th Regiment of the 
Ohio Volunteer Infantry in the Civil War. Letters include 
descriptions of the battles of Shiloh, Corinth, and Hunts- 
ville. Includes 19 letters related to the inauguration of 
Charles William Dabney as President of the University of 
Cincinnati. Correspondents include Salmon Portland Chase 
(1808-1873), Joseph Benson Foraker (1846-1917), James 
Garfield (1831-1881), Arthur Twining Hadley (1856-1930), 
Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822-1893), John B. Hollister, 
Anson McCook (1835-1917), and N. H. Soule. 

Unpublished calendar and index in the repository. 

Permanent loan, 1955, from Yale University, where the 
collection was deposited through the courtesy of E. Law- 
rence Jones. The student and Civil War correspondence an 
permanent loan from E. Lawrence Jones, 1957. 

T _ . „ . MS 63-178 

Jones, John Davis, 1797-1878. 

Papers, 1811-41. 55 items and 10 v. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 40 

Educator, of Ohio. Diaries (1834-75) containing com- 
ments on weather, family news, church news (Christ Epis- 
copal Church, Glendale, Ohio), obituaries, and daily rou- 
tines; together with personal correspondence of members of 
the Jones family. 
Unpublished calendar in the repository. 
Letters a gift of Mrs. E. H. Ernst, 1935 ; diaries on per- 
manent loai^ from E. Lawrence Jones, 1945. 



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v . , MS 63-179 

Kemper family. 

Papers, 1790-1945. 13 boxes. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence, sermons, diaries, bank notes, Kemper 
■m family genealogy, miscellaneous documents, and papers of 
^ James Kemper (1753-1834), first Presbyterian minSer in 
Cincmnati; Elnathan Kemper; Frederick Augustus Kem- 
per; Hugh Fulton Kemper; and Peter Hathaway Kemper. 
Much of the material relates to the Presbyterian Church 
in Cincinnati, the founding of the Lane Theological Semi- 
nary, and various missionary societies. Includes Civil War 
letters from i Albert M. Palmer, of the 115th Regiment of 
the .Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and Dr. Samuel James Fergus 
MiUer,_ surgeon m the Union Army, who makes observations 
^f™. 1 ^ ™L Tanous generals under whom he served, 
including William S. Rosecrans and Joshua W. Sill 

Unpublished calendar in the repository. 
t ^r."^? P eraMB «»t l«m from Shirley Kemper, Mrs. 
194^59 ^ Wld ** es * ate of Charles Am01 7 Blinn, 



King family. MS 63-180 

Papers. 1791-1880. ca. 600 items. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

Papers and correspondence of Rufus TCipg (1817-1891) 
lawyer and author of Ohio; Rufus King (1755-1827), states: 
S"" 1 ^ iP lomat ; Edward King (1795-1836), lawyer: 

IT JTort^^gton King Peter (1800-1877) , wife of Ed- 
ward Kong, a philanthropist; and Thomas Worthington 
(1773-1827), U. S. Senator and Governor of Ohio. Subjects 
include cholera, Cincinnati in 1862, the Civil War, Kenyon 

iiing and Worthington families. 
Unpublished index in the repository. 
Gift of William Neil King and Rufus King, 1906. 

Lane Theological Seminary, Cincinnati ^ 6S ~ 181 

Records. 1831-1933. 1 box. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

_ I>ocuments jand miscellaneous material relating to the 

Presbyterian Church in Cincinnati and the ^original land 

donation to Lane Seminary by James Kemper and his 

Permanent loan from Shirley Kemper, 1949. 

i T • „ . - MS 63-182 

Lee, Lewis Earle, 1870-1937. 

Papers, 1917-19. 2 boxes. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

Presbyterian clergyman. Correspondence, mostly from 
Lee to his wife Caroline (Maxwell) Lee, from France where 
he was a chaplain with Army troops during World War i- 
together with his diary (1917-19). ' 

Gift of Mrs. Lee, 1956. 

*agh family. MS6S - 183 

Correspondence, 1853-1903. 402 items. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

Includes Civil War letters written by William H. Lough 

oSn£"?S!-^ , 'fc "£ references to Miami Univenrity, 
Oxford, Ohio, and teaching in Eaton, Ohio 

^Described in** [unpublished MS, "The story of a family ; 
the^Loch^Lough family m America" in the repository. 
Gift of Mrs. William H. Lough, 1959 



McBride, James, 1788-1859. ■ ■ -»w»-*o» 

Papers, 1804-«8. 42 v. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

Archeologist and university trustee. Personal corre- 
spondence, and material on the history of Oxford. Ohio- 
Miami University; the Miami college lands; and Hamilton^ 
Butler Co., Ohio, from its first settlement until 1858. Cor- 
respondents include Joel Collins, David Kirkpatrick Este, 
John McLean, James Poe, Jr, Mary Ralston, Mafthais 
Ross, John Cleves Symmes, and John Woods. 

Partial index to correspondence in the repository. 

Gift of the estate of James McBride, 



MS 63-185 
Pitman family. 

Papers, ca. 1850-1954. 1 box. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

Genealogical material, notebooks, lecture notes, and other 
papers of Benn Pitman (1822-1910), Isaac Pitman, and 
Melrose Pitman, shorthand experts. Includes material 
relating to the trial of Mary Surratt and the other conspira- 
tors in the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln, for 
which Benn Pitman was the recorder of proceedings. 

Unpublished index in the repository. 

Gift of Miss Melrose Pitman, 1959. 



o v« «__^ MS 63-186 

Republican Party. Ohio. 

Records, 1864-65. 83 items. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

Letters written to the Ohio State Executive Committee of 
the Union Party at Columbus, preparing for the State elec- 
tion campaigns of 1864-65, and including the names of 
active Union Party men in each of Ohio's counties. Corre- 
spondents include Jacob D. Cox, William Martin Dickson, 
Rutherford B. Hayes, Stanley Matthews, and John Sher- 
man. 



- J# , MS63-187 

Short family. 

Papers, 1786-1865. 1 box. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

Personal and business correspondence and documents in- 
cluding ca. 100 letters to and from William Short (1759- 
1849) in E ng lish and French while he was serving as a 
representative of Thomas Jefferson in Europe (primarily 
France) between 1785-1802; and correspondence of his 
nephew, John Cleves Short (1792-1864) relating to the 
Hamilton Co, Ohio, area where he lived. Includes many 
references to Thomas Jefferson, and descriptions of the 1832 
cholera epidemic in the Cincinnati area. 

Unpublished index in the repository. 

Gift of Charles WiLrins Short, Sr, 1909; and the estate 
of Charles Wilkins Short, Jr, 1954. 



MS 63-188 
Simpson, Robert, 1830-1897. 
Papers, 1863-1900. 9 boxes. 
In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 
Businessman and insurance agent, of Ohio. Personal and 
business correspondence of Robert Simpson, Frank H. Simp- 
son, David H. Taylor, Matthew Griffin, W. D. Harrogh, 
W. W. Byington, Charles H. Peck, and others, concerning 



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Papers. 1863-1900. 



Simpson, Robert, 1830-1897. 
(Continued) 

the Cincinnati and North-western Railway Company; Cin- 
cinnati and College Hill Railroad; William T. Simpson and 
Company; Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railroad; and 
Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company. Includes cash 
journals and other business records of many of the com- 
panies. 

Unpublished index in the repository. 

Gift of Mary Emerson Briol, 1962. 



ct „ MS 63-189 

Stevenson, Thomas E 1803-1863. 

Correspondence. 1807-81. 304 items. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

Journalist. Correspondence from Henry Clay and other 
prominent politicians, particularly those living in Kentucky, 
concerning TJ. S. politics from 1830-60. Includes material 
relating to the presidential election of 1856, the administra- 
tion of James Buchanan, the dissolution of the Whig Party, 
and the outbreak of the Civil War, 

Unpublished index in the repository. 

Gift of Benjamin F. Stevenson, 1886. 



„. . T MS 63-190 

Strohra, Isaac, b. 1810. 

Correspondence, 1830-99. 270 items. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

Transcripts (typewritten) made by the Federal Writers 
Project 

Chief clerk of the U. S. House of Representatives. Cor- 
respondence relating to U S. politics, including the dissolu- 
twn of the Whig Party; the Civil War; the visit of Louis 
Kossuth to the U. S.; Ohio polities; and political personali- 
ties from 1840-70. Correspondents include William B. 
Fairchild, Robert C. Schenck (1809-1890), John Mix Stan- 
ley ( 1814-1872 ) , and William B. Thrall. 

Unpublished index in the repository. 

Purchased from Paul North, 1951. 



'". „ ., MS 63-191 

Swing family. 

Papers. 1800-98. 71 items. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence and documents of the family of Philip 
Swing, relating to Clermont Co., Ohio land transactions, 
and vital statistics. Includes material on William Lytle 
(1770-1831) and his Clermont Co. land holdings. 

Unpublished index in the repository. 

Gift of the estate of Mrs. Philip Swing through her 
daughter, Mrs. C. Kenneth Smith, 1957. 



„ , - „ MS 63-192 

Taylor, James, 1769-1848. 

Papers. 1797-1848. 890 items. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

Surveyor and Army officer. Correspondence and business 
papers of Taylor and his son, James Taylor (1802-1883), a 
real estate lawyer who lived in Newport, Ky. Material 
deals primarily with real estate, and some with the city of 
Newport. 

Unpublished index in the repository. Also described in 
the Annual Report of the Historical and Philosophical So- 
ciety of Ohio (1939) p. 6. 

Purchased from Forest Sweet, 1939. 



MS 63-193 
Thompson, James Henry, 1812-1900. 

Papers, 1805-1921. 27 boxes. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

Lawyer and judge. Correspondence, business and legal A- 
papers relating to Ohio railroads; Hillsboro, Ohio; the 
Women's Christian Temperance Union; and Thompson's 
wife, Eliza Jane (Trimble) Thompson, a temperance leader; 
together with the Civil War letters of Dr. Edward C. Rives, 
surgeon in the Confederate Army and brother of Mrs. 
Joseph Longworth; and other material on the Longworth 
family of Cincinnati Includes letters of J. Eugene Barnes, 
Mary L. Benham, Samuel Carr, Michael M Ege, Ada Fair- 
fax, David M Hyman, Nicholas Longworth, William Ran- 
kin, Jacob S. Rose, John Torrie, and Martha M Turner. 

Unpublished index in the repository. Also described in 
the Annual Report of the Historical and Philosophical So- 
ciety of Ohio (1941) p. 4. 

Purchased from Joseph Callery, 1941. 

Todd family. 

Papers, 1809-1949. 343 items. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

Letters (87 items), mostly to Charles Stewart Todd 
(1791-1871), lawyer and minister to Russia, and to Thomas 
Todd, concerning U. S. politics from 1810-55, the Whig 
Party, the election of 1840, and William Henry Harrison; 
correspondence of Charles Henry Todd (1838-1915), medi- 
cal officer in the Confederate Army, which mentions his wife, 
Rosa (Burwell) Todd, a leading figure in the Kentucky 
D. A. R ; business papers ; and genealogical material. 

Unpublished calendar in the repository 

Gift of Henry M Cist, 1891; and of the estate of Charlea 
Stewart Todd, 1951. W 

MS 63-195 
Torrence, Aaron, collector. 

Collection, 1790-1856. 21 ft, {2171 items) 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

Chiefly private letters and papers relating to the early 
history of Cincinnati and Hamilton Co., Ohio, including 
those of members of the Torrence family, James Findlay 
(b. 1770) Army officer, mayor of CHncinnati, and U. S. Rep- 
resentative from Ohio, and William Henry Harrison (1773- 
1841). Some of the correspondence relates to Gen. Anthony 
Wayne and his procurement of supplies from Findlay for 
the Army during the wars with the Indians in the 17S&B. 

Unpublished calendar in the repository. Also described 
in Catalogue of the Torrence papers published by the His- 
torical and Philosophical Society of Ohio (1887) . 

Gift of Aaron Torrence, 1886. 

MS63-196 
Trotter (Samuel and George) Company, Lexington, Ky. 
Correspondence, 1805-19. 4 boxes. 
In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 
Business correspondence, including prices current, mostly 
dealing with shipments made to the Trotters, who were 
merchants. ^ 

Gift of the Ohio Mechanics Institute, ca. 1949. ^^ 

MS 63-197 
U. S. Army. Dept. of the Ohio. 
Records, 1861-68. 4 boxes. 
In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 
Official papers of the Quartermaster, Department of the 
Ohio and Army of the Cumberland. 
Purchased from Olin Norwood, 1950. 



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Walker, Timothy, 1806-1856. 

Papers, 1825-55. 108 items and 1 v. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

Judge, lawyer, and editor. Correspondence, journal 
(1838-52), legal cases, speech notes, and other papers con- 
taining material on U. S. politics and internal Whig politics. 
Correspondents include Charles F. Denning, Edward Ever- 
ett, Josiah Quincy, Robert C. Schenck, Bellamy Storer 
(1796-1875), Joseph Story, Charles Sumner, and Robert 
Walsh. 

Unpublished index in the repository. 

Gift of Annie Walker and Clara Longworth de Cham- 
brun, 1893 and 1947. 



„ MS 63-199 

Weitzel, Godfrey, 1835-1884. 

Papers, 1878-85. 2t. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

Engineer and Army officer. Correspondence, official re- 
ports, financial statements and other papers of WeitzeL 
chiefly regarding his duties in the U. S. Engineer Corps, but 
including biographical notes. Contains his account of the 
entry of TJ. S. forces into Richmond, Va,, in April, 1865 

Indexed in card catalog in the repository 

Gift of Herbert F. Koch, 1949. 



MS 63-200 
Western Academy of Natural Sciences, Cincinnati. 

Records, 1835-53. 6 v. 
P In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

Organization records, treasurer's book, catalog of the 
library, and unbound miscellaneous papers. 



MS 63-201 
Whelpley, Albert W 1831-1900, collector. 

Whelpley autograph collection, ca. 1791-1899. ca. 1000 
items. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

Letters, poems, and other material of well known politi- 
cal and literary figures of the 19th century. Many of the 
letters were addressed to Whelpley. 

Individually indexed in the repository's card catalog. 

Gift of Mrs. Whelpley, 1906. 



MS63-202 
Williams, Samuel Wesley, 1827-1928, collector. 

Papers, 1800-1927. ca. 1200 items. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

Editor and publisher. Correspondence, biographical 
sketches, reports, and other papers relating to the Methodist 
Church in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, and Tennessee, 
fPprimarly before 1850; together with material relating to the 
Office of the Surveyor-General of the Northwest Territory 
where Samuel Williams (1786-1859) was employed for 
many years under Robert Todd Lytie, Ezekiel Smith 
Haines, and William Johnston. 

Unpublished calendar in the repository. Also described 
in the Annual Report of the Historical and Philosophical 
Society of Ohio (1941) p. 4-5. 

Purchase, 1941; and gift of Aletheia and Ernestine Pat- 
tison, 1962. 



MS 63-203 
Woman's Colombian Exposition Association of Cincinnati. 

Records, 1892-93. 8 v. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 
Minutes, treasurer's reports, membership lists, donors, and 
other papers. 
Gift of the association, 1894. 



MS 63-204 
Woods, John, li»4-1855. 

Papers, 1822-55. 248 items. 
In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 
Lawyer and U. S. Representative from Ohio. Corre- 
spondence, bills, receipts, and other papers relating to the 
construction of canals and bridges in Ohio, 1822-53. Legal 
papers (1832-55) include correspondence with John Young. 
Gift of Mrs. Mary M Beckett, 1938 and 1943. 



MS 63-205 
Wright, Nathaniel, 1789-1875. 

Papers, 1797-1877. 615 items and 1 v. 

In Cincinnati Historical Society collections. 

Lawyer. Correspondence and legal papers relating to an 
early divorce case for which Wright was trial lawyer; de- 
velopment of railroads, especially in Ohio; and the Lane 
Theological Seminary, of which Wright was a member of 
the Board of Trustees. Correspondents include Leslie 
Combs, William Dennison (1815-1882), John Kilgour (1796- 
1858), David Root, Bellamy Storer (1796-1875), Joseph 
Rockwell Swan (1802-1884), and Micajah Terrell Williams 
(1792-1844). 

Unpublished calendar in the repository. Also described 
in the Annual Report of the Historical and Philosophical 
Society of Ohio (1911) p. 98. 

Purchased from Mrs. Horatio Hughes, 1911, 1938. 



MS 63-206 
Miller, Joaquin, 18411-1913. 
Papers. 72items. 

In Honnold Library (Claremont, Calif.) 

Author. Correspondence, journal, notes, and MSS. of 

poems and stories. Includes the following stories : Fremont 

Road, Hard up in Honolulu, In a Hawaiian convent, The 

red shield, Sheriff of Modoc County, and True bear stories. 



MS63-207 
Palmer, Edwin, 1824-1895. 

Correspondence, 1865-1912. 65 items. 

In Honnold library (Claremont, Calif.) 

Anglican clergyman. Miscellaneous letters, chiefly ad- 
dressed to Palmer, who was canon of Christ Church, Oxford, 
and archdeacon of Oxford, and to Edward Lee Hicks, Bishop 
of Lincoln (1843-1919). Correspondents include Matthew 
Arnold, Richard William Church, William Ewart Glad- 
stone, Benjamin Jowett, John Keble, Henry Parry Liddon, 
Friedrich Max Muller, Cardinal John Henry Newman, 
Mark Pattison, Edward Bouverie Pusey, Goldwin Smith, 
and many other Oxford University figures prominent in 
university affairs in the second half of the 19th century. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of William W. Clary, 1962. 



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MS63-208 
Bowers, Henry F 

Papers, 1896-1906. 13 v. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 

Correspondence and other papers relating to the American 
Protective Association, of which Bowers was supreme presi- 
dent 

a . . T v „ MS63-209 

Shaffer, Joshua Monroe. 

Papers. 5 boxes. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 

Correspondence, diaries (1850-57, 1864-75), Keokuk, Iowa 
city bonds, pamphlets, insurance applications, and other 
papers. Includes correspondence relating to the Iowa life 
Insurance Company, material relating to Shaffer's trouble 
with the Methodist Episcopal Church, and complimentary 
tickets to various agricultural fairs in Iowa (1863-68). 

_ _ , MS63-210 

summers, LaureL 

Papers. 10 boxes. 

In Iowa State Dept of History and Archives collections. 

Member of the Iowa Legislature and U. S. Marshal of the 
District of Iowa. General correspondence and other papers. 
Correspondents include Ansel Briggs, A W. Carpenter, 
P. M. Casady, John F. Dillon, A. C. Dodge, John A. Hull, 
J. M. Love, Charles Mason, T. S. Parvin, and other men 
notable in Iowa history. 

_ . „ MS 63-211 

Hayden, Henry T 

Papers, 1888-99. 1 box. 

In Jefferson County Historical Library (Port Townsend, 
Wash.) 

Real estate man of Port Townsend, Wash. Miscellaneous 
land papers, including early deeds and abstracts of title. 



„ „ MS 63-212 

Port Townsend, Wash. 

Records, ca. 1890-1917. 2 boxes. 

In Jefferson County Historical Library (Port Townsend, 
Wash.) 

Records of the city clerk, including licenses, reports, pay- 
roll records, and names of city officers; bylaws of the Key 
City Hose Company No. 1, payroll of the Volunteer Fire 
Dept and other Fire Dept records; records of the Health 
and Sanitation Dept, including reports of a leprosy case 
and public vaccination and a letter from Dr. H. C. Willison 
relating to leprosy; miscellaneous correspondence, petitions, 
and contracts from the mayor's office ; payroll and night book 
records (1917) of the Police Dept ; reports of the street com- 
missioners; assessment rolls of local improvement districts 
and other records from the treasurer's office; reports and 
payroll of the city's surveyor; and agreements between the 
city of Port Townsend and the Townsend Electric Light Co. 
and between the city and the Port Townsend Gas and Fuel 
Co. 



United Spanish War Veterans. Dept. of Washington. John 
Low* Camp No. IS, Port Townsend. 
Records, 1910-61. 1 box and 1 carton. 
In Jefferson County Historical Library (Port Townsend, 
Wash.) 

Correspondence (1916-59) and miscellaneous records. 
Includes a descriptive book and membership records (1910- 



„ MS 63-214 

Waterman & Katz, Port Townsend, Wash. 

Records, 1870-1927. 2t,1 folder, 1 box, and 1 carton. 
In Jefferson County Historical Library (Port Townsend, 
Wash.) m 

Correspondence, maps, bills, real estate deeds, trusts, in-W 
dentures, and other legal documents and business records of 
a firm of general merchants and ship chandlers; together 
with a few personal papers of members of the Katz family. 



MS 63-215 
Willison family. 

Papers, 1883- 1 box and 1 folder. 

In Jefferson County Historical Library (Port Townsend. 
Wash.) 

Papers and records of a Port Townsend, Wash, family. 
Persons represented include H. C. Willison, pioneer physi- 
cian, hospital owner, and Port Townsend health officer, his 
wife, and his daughters, Gertrude and Frances Nell Willi- 
son, who achieved prominence in artistic circles. 



MS 63-216 
Willoughby family. 

Papers. 2 boxes, 1 carton, and 1 folder. 

In Jefferson County Historical Library (Port Townsend, 
Wash.) 

Correspondence, business papers, and other documents of 
a Port Townsend, Wash, family. Includes certificates of 
award for exhibits of oil paintings at the Alaska Yukon 
Exposition, Seattle, 1909, and other papers of Adeline Wil- 
loughby McCormack (b. 1871), an art teacher; correspond^ 
ence of Barrett Willoughby (Florence (Barrett) Willough^ 
by), a writer and wife of Oliver L. Willoughby; papers 
(1816-88) relating to the activities of Captain Charles 
Willoughby (d. 1888) who was a master mariner sailing 
ships between San Francisco and Puget Sound, an Indian 
agent at. Neali Bay, Wash. (1878-82) and at Quinaielt 
Wash. (1883-88), and who discovered a new genus and 
species of fish which was named Acrotus icittoughbyi by the 
Smithsonian Institution, to whom Willoughby supplied in- 
formation on coastal Indians; business papers and personal 
letters of Oliver L Willoughby, a journalist relating to 
early newspapers in Port Townsend: correspondence and 
clippings relating to Sarah Chenney Willoughby (1841- 
1913), artist, musician, writer of Indian stories, and wife of 
Charles "Willoughby; and miscellaneous papers (1910-13) 
relating to various mining claims of the Willoughby group 
in Alaska. The papers of Captain Willoughby include let- 
ters from the Commission of Indian Affairs and the Treasury 
Dept regarding accounts and the Makah Indian Reservation, 
Wash., and letters from Governor Elisha P. Ferry, James G. 
Swan, James Lardlow (British vice-consul at Portland), 
and Henry L Ves ler. 



t. „ . . MS63-21i| 

Bowman, Isaiah, 1878-1950. '^ 

Papers. 6 file drawers. 

In Johns Hopkins University Library. 

Papers covering Bowman's activities as president of Johns 
Hopkins University and as adviser to President Franklin D. 
Roosevelt 

Transferred from President's office, 1950. The bulk of 
the correspondence is not to be opened until 1975. 

Information on literary rights available at the library. 



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MS 63-218 
United Lutheran Church in America. 

Records. 1918-60. ca, 52 ft 

In Lutheran Theological Seminary Library (Philadel- 
phia) 

Correspondence of the president; and minutes, reports, 
and other papers of various boards and commissions. 

Archives catalog in the library. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 



MS 68-219 
Hnmford, Eben. 

Papers, 1930-50. ca. 25 ft. 

In Michigan State University Museum (East Lansing) 
Educator, of Michigan. Speeches, drafts, and class notes 
relating to Mumford's academic career as professor of rural 
sociology at Michigan State University. 
Unpublished guide in repository. 
Gift of the estate of Mrs. Edna Mumford, 196L 



MS 63-220 
Brown, Jacob, 1775-1828. 

Papers, 1 809-37. 2 ft, (730 items) 

In William L. Clements Library (Ann Arbor, Mich.) 
Division of Manuscripts. 

Army officer. Correspondence and documents of Brown 
and of his son-in-law, Maj. Edmund Kirby. Papers (1809- 
28) relating to Brown concern his military career, political 
associations, and business and family affairs. Includes 
material dealing with the War of 1812 when Brown was in 
command of U. S. troops in western New York, the post- 
war period when he was Senior Officer in the U S. Army, 
ML and correspondence (1823-27) about the national political 
^^ scene, including Brown's letters from Washington, D. C. 
Kirby's papers (1828-37) deal with his military and busi- 
ness affairs and the settlement of the Brown estate. Corre- 
spondents include John Bradley, Samuel Brown, John C. 
Calhoun, DeWitt Clinton, Enos Cutler, Alexander J. Dallas, 
Emmanuel, marquis de Grouchy, Edmund Kirby, Vincent 
Le Ray de Chaumont, Joseph Lovell, Alexander Macomb, 
William Meredith, James Monroe, Winfield Scott, Joseph 
Lee Smith, Ambrose Spencer, Samuel A. Storrow, Daniel 
Wardwell, James W. Williams, Nathan Williams, and John 
E. Wool. 

Purchased, 1961. 



MS 63-221 
Douglas, Sir James, lart., 1703-1787. 

Papers, 1737-87. 4 ft. 

In William L. Clements Library (Ann Arbor, Mich.) 
Division of Manuscripts. 

British naval officer. Letter books (ca. 1000 letters), log- 
books, account books, and notebooks relating to Douglas' 
naval career. Contains information about his participation 
in the siege of Louisburg (1745) ; logbooks and a letter book 
(1755-59) with his observations on ship movements and en- 
counters and letters to other naval officers; a logbook (1760- 
t . 62) describing the capture of Dominica and Martinique, 
» and assistance to the British fleet in the siege of Havana 
when he was commander in chief of the Leeward Islands sta- 
tion; printed sailing and fighting instructions, with many 
annotations; letter books (1775-77) dealing with Admiralty 
and Navy affairs when Douglas was in command of the 
naval base at Spithead, Eng.; and letters and documents 
relating to his appointments, promotions, and family affairs. 
Includes a combined letter and order book (1738-45) kept 
at Jamaica containing letters and orders of admirals 



Edward Vernon, Sir Chaloner Ogle, and Thomas Davers 
mostly addressed to naval storekeeper George Hinde and 
relating to the repairing and fitting out of ships at that sta- 
tion; a logbook (1740-41) kept by Thomas Lempriere 
aboard EM.S. Tilbury which includes an account of the 
British attack against the Spanish at Cartagena; notebooks 
of prizes taken in the years 1759 and 1762; a ledger (1770- 
71) giving Douglas' private accounts; and a logbook (1770) 
kept by Midshipman James Douglas, Jr., aboard EH.S. 
Cruizer and H. M S. Carberus. 
Purchase, 1962. 



MS63-S22 
Ploumoy, Thomas, 1775-1857. 
Papers, 1799-1827. 106 items. 

In William L. Clements Library (Ann Arbor, Mich.) 
Division of Manuscripts. 

Army officer. Letters and documents relating to Flour- 
noy's career in the War of 1812, particularly to the training 
of recruits from Georgia and South Carolina, and to de- 
fensive measures taken in the Georgia coastal area. Also 
includes material (1803-04) concerning his legal differences 
with Judge George Walton and the resulting duel fought 
with Judge Walton's nephew, John Carter Walton; and 
papers relating to his postwar assignment as U. S. Com- 
missioner to treat with the Creek Indians in 1820. Corre- 
spondents include David Adams, John James Flournoy, 
Matthew Flournoy, Patrick Jack, David Brydie Mitchell, 
Andrew Pickens, Jr., and John Carter Walton. 
Purchase, 1061 and 1962. 



MS63-223 
Hotchkiss, Lawrence E coUeetor. 

Papers, 1763-1918. 153 items. 

In William L. Clements Library (Ann Arbor, Mich.) 
Division of Manuscripts. 

In part, transcripts. 

Civil War letters and diaries (1862-64) of James R. 
Woodworth, Union soldier in Company E, 44th Regiment, 
New York Volunteers, describing the Battles of Fredericks- 
burg, Chancellorsville, and Gettysburg, giving accounts of 
troop movements and camp conditions, and reflecting Wood- 
worth's interest and concern in his home and family at 
Seneca Falls. N. Y.; documents (1763 and 1770) from Nor- 
walk, Conn.; transcripts of a veteran's account of experi- 
ences in the Mexican War ; and a pioneer's diary of a journey 
across the plains in 1850. 

Grift of Lawrence E. Hotchkiss, 1962. 



MS 63-224 
Jackson, Isaac, 1842-1903. 

Letters, 1862-65. 100 items. 

In William L. Clements Library (Ann Arbor, Mich.) 
Division of Manuscripts. 

Union soldier. Letters from Jackson, a member of Com- 
pany D, 83d Ohio Volunteer Infantry, to his relatives de- 
scribing his daily life as a Union soldier. Includes com- 
ments on southern cities and States, and information about 
his participation in the Siege of Vicksburg, the occupation of 
New Orleans, forays up the Mississippi, and the fighting that 
went on in Alabama after Lee's surrender at Appomattox. 

Published in Some of the boys ... the Civil War letters of 
Isaac Jackson, 1862-1865, edited by Joseph O. Jackson 
(1960). 

Gift of Joseph O. Jackson, 1961. 



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u i j „ MS 63-225 

MakdoagaD-Brisbane, Sir Thomas, hart., 1773-1860 
Papers, 1813-15. 64 items. 
_In William L Clements Library (Ann Arbor, Mich.) 
Division of Manuscripts. 

_ British Army officer. Correspondence, memoranda, and 
documents relating to Brisbane's role in the War of 1812 and 
including his proposed plan made in December 1814, for a 
winter campaign against the American fleet at Whitehall, 
.N. T. The plan is accompanied -with a large watercolor map 
showing the American fleet at Whitehall, various notes and 
calculations, and two sketches of the immediate location of 
the fleet Correspondents include Sir George Prevost Gov- 
ernor General of British North America; Henry Bathurst, 
3d earl Bathurst; Edward Baynes; Sir Thomas Sydney 
Beckwith; George Izard; Alexander Macomb; Baron Fran- 
cis de Rottenburg; and William Williams. 
Purchase, 1961. 



m •. « *, „ • MS 63-226 

Marshall, Henry Grimes, 1830-1918. 
Letters, 1862-65. 204 items. 

In William L. Clements Library (Ann Arbor, Mich) 
Division of Manuscripts. 

Union soldier and officer. Letters from M«-«l.qi] to his 
family describing the fighting at the Battle of Fredericks- 
burg and the Siege of Suffolk, Va,, while he was a member 
of the 15th Connecticut Volunteers ; and picket duty in South 
Carolina and action before Petersburg and Bichmond while 
he was captain of a Negro regiment, the 29th Connecticut 
Volunteers. Relates details of camp life, rumors, opinions 
of officers and conduct of the war, in addition to reports of 
engagements with the Confederate Army. Letters from 
July to Oct 1865, are from Brownsville, Tex., where Mar- 
shall's unit was sent after the war. 
Purchase, 1962. 



„. ,. TT . MS 63-227 

Michigan. University. William L. Clements Library. 

Northwest Territory papers, 1786-1803. 83 items. 

In William L. Clements Library (Ann Arbor, Mich.) 
Division of Manuscripts. 

Papers relating mainly to the military administration of 
the Northwest Territory and to Indian affairs. Includes 
letters from Henry Knos dealing with negotiations with the 
Indians, supplies for the Army, and other routine matters; 
and drafts of letters by Rufus Putnam with reference to the 
survey of the Greenville Treaty Line, 1797-99. 

Gifts and purchases. 



«,-, MS 63-228 

O'Connor, John Michael, 1790?-1826. 
Papers, 1810-26. 372 items. 

In William L. Clements Library (Ann Arbor Mich.) 
Division of Manuscripts. ' 

Army officer. Mainly letters written to O'Connor in the 
years after the War of 1812, dealing with military and 
political matters such as his travels in Europe while study- 
ing fortifications; the publication and-sale of his English 
translation of Baron Gay de Vernon's Treatise on the sci- 
ei ^f{ W ^ and fortific ati°ns (1817) to which O'Connor 
added his Summary of the principles and marims of grand 
tactics and operations; and the candidacy of William H 
Crawford in the presidential election of 1824 Includes 
letters (1818-25) from O'Connor's sister Eliza, a student 
from Middletown, Conn., and the original MS. of his De- 



fence pronounced against the accusations ... of Major-GenL 
George Izard, 16 Jany. 1815. Correspondents include John 
Armstrong, William H Crawford, Henry H Cumming, 
Matthew L. Davis, Thomas Hutchison, James R Mullany 
Daniel Parker, and Sylvanus Thayer mk 

Purchase, 1961, 1962. 



»™. MS 63-229 

Wflkins, John Darragh, d. 1900. 

Letters, 1862-65. 64 items. 

In William L. Clements Library (Ann Arbor, Mich.) 
Division of Manuscripts. 

Union officer. Letters from Wilkins, captain and major 
in the 3d U. S. Infantry, to his wife, describing action at the 
battles of Malvern Hill, Fredericksburg, and Chancellors- 
ville; relating camp conditions and routine army assign- 
ments; and commenting on various Civil War officers. In- 
cludes a letter (April 8, 1863) describing a review given in 
honor of President and Mrs. Lincoln. 

Purchase, 1962. 



MS 63-230 
German Stock Company, Milwaukee. 

Pabst German Theater collection, 1865-1935. ca. 3000 
items. 

In Milwaukee Public Library. 

In part, transcripts (handwritten and typewritten) 

Scripts and scores used in productions at the Pabst Ger- 
man Theater, in Milwaukee, and business records. Tl^k, 
scripts include works by Schiller, Goethe, Lessing, and Ger^ 
man translations of Shakespeare, Shaw, and Wilde, as well 
as fairy tales, Christmas plays, folk plays, operettas, come- 
dies, and novelty plays. 

Catalog of German plays in the library. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift and purchase, 1946- 



„ , . MS 63-231 

Bowler, James Madison, 1838-1916. 

Papers, 1856-1930. ca. 1000 items. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Printer, teacher, and politician. Chiefly correspondence 
between Bowler and his wife Elizabeth (Caleff) Bowler 
during the Civil War when he was a member of the 3d 
Minnesota Regt The letters give details on camp life, 
marches, and army routine and relate to the Battle of 
Murfreesboro, the Vicksburg campaign, the occupation of 
Little Rock, Ark,, the 113th U. S. Colored Infantry (of 
which Bowler was in charge, 1865-66), and Reconstruction 
work in the South. Includes Civil War letters from 
Bowler's relatives in Maine reflecting antiwar sentiment 
letters from Bowler's brother Joseph, a member of the 2sW 
and 11th Maine Infantry Regis., giving information on the 
actions of those regiments in the Virginia campaigns; 
treasurer's checks and a deed to Nininger City, Minn, signed 
by Ignatius Donnelly; a list of scholars in the Nininger 
school kept by Bowler (1861) ; and newspaper clippings 
relating to Bowler's career. 

Inventory description in the repository. 

Gift of Edna B. Bowler, 1961-63. 



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MS 63-232 
Brin, Fanny (Fligehnan) 1884- 

Papers, 1896-1958. 10 ft. (ca. 12,500 items) 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Teacher and resident of Minneapolis. Correspondence, 
reports, minutes, speeches, articles, news releases, circular 
letters, posters, broadsides, pamphlets, and newspaper clip- 
pings relating to the social welfare organizations, the peace 
societies, the women's organizations, and the Jewish groups 
in which Mrs. Brin was active. Includes letters from Jewish 
refugees and material on antisemitism and Palestine. 
Names of organizations represented include American 
Jewish Committee, American Jewish Joint Distribution 
Committee, American Union against Militarism, American 
Youth Congress, Canadian American Committee on Inter- 
national Relations (American Section), Commission to 
Study the Organization of Peace, Committee on Militarism 
in Education, Committee on Women in World Affairs, 
German- American League for Culture, International As- 
sembly of Women, Minneapolis Committee for World Dis- 
armament, National Committee on the Cause and Cure of 
War, National Conference of Christians and Jews, National 
Council Against Conscription, National Council for Preven- 
tion of War, National Council of Jewish Women, the Inter- 
national Congress of the National Council of Women of the 
United States, National Peace Conference, National Women 
Suffrage Association, United Nations, Woman's Centennial 
Congress, Woman's Peace Party, Women's International 
League for Peace and Freedom, Women's International 
Organisations (Peace and Disarmament Committee), 
Women's Northwest Conference on Current Problems, 
World Peace Foundation, and World Youth Congress. 

Inventory description in the repository. 

Gift of Rachel Brin Helstein, Howard Brin, and Charles 
Brin, 1962. 



MS63-833 
Case family. 

Papers, 1902-^27. 100 items and 7 v. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

ReminLsent account written by George Emanuel Case 
(1841-1928) telling of his experiences as a member of Com- 
pany D, 6th Minnesota Regiment on the Moscow Expedi- 
tion during the Sioux War of 1862-63; diaries (1902-08) 
of his daughter, Mabel Case, giving information on social 
events, her v.vhing experiences in Virginia and Minnesota, 
routine farrd-ifr, her experiences in New York City while 
engaged as * nurse in St Luke's Hospital, and her European 
travels; typewritten copies of letters by another daughter, 
Maude (Case) Anderson, telling of her experiences in 
k Alaska (June-Sept: 1903) when her father owned a small 
'gold mine in the Yukon; obituaries of Kate Hunt Case 
(Mrs. George Emanuel Case) giving information on family 
history; biographical sketch of Maud (Case) Anderson 
(Mrs. Frank Maloy Anderson) ; and a letter of recommen- 
dation written by Governor John A. Johnson for Mabel 



MS63-234 
Cathcart famfly. 

Papers, 1850-192L ca. 1500 items. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence, newspaper clippings, and reminiscences 
of the family of Alexander Henry Cathcart (1820-1899), a 
pioneer businessman of St Paul who owned a dry goods 
shop. The early papers ( 1850-76) contain many letters from 
Bebecca (Marshall) Cathcart to her husband Alexander 
Henry Cathcart while he was on buying trips in the East; 
letters from William Bainey Marshall, Governor of Minne- 
sota, to his sister Bebecca; letters from John W. Cathcart 
(d. 1864) , Alexander's brother, who was killed in the South 
during the Civil War; and letters from the Cathcart chil- 
dren who were in the Shattuck School, Faribault Minn., in 
the 18G0 ? s and 1870's. The letters give much information on 
social activities in St PauL local politics (particularly Wil- 
liam R. Marshall's political career), genealogical data, and 
some information on the Civil War. The bulk of the collec- 
tion consists of letters (1907-09) written to his mother, by 
Louis Maxfield (1883-1921), a naval officer and Alexander 
H. Cathcart's grandson, while on a tour around the world 
with the U. S. Navy. These letters give minute details on 
life aboard ship, the number of miles travelled each day, 
the location of the various ships in the fleet, and detailed 
descriptions of tike various countries visited, including infor- 
mation on the reception given to the fleet by the governments 
and people of the countries visited. The fleet touched at 
almost every major coastal city in South and Central Amer- 
ica, Atlantic and Pacific side, the cities of the U S. Pacific 
coast, Hawaii, New Zealand, Australia, Manila, Yokohama 
and Tokyo, Japan, Amoy, China, Ceylon, Suez, the North 
African coast, and Gibraltar. Other Maxfield letters in- 
clude some (1910-12) telling of cruises in the Caribbean, 
World War i letters (1917), and a small group of letters 
(1918-21) describing Maxfield's work in the constructing of 
dirigibles in England. 
Inventory description in the repository. 
Gift of Eleanor Maxfield, 1962. 



Inventory description in repository. 

Gift of Mrs. Frank Maloy Anderson, 1952, 1959. 



MS 63-235 
Dole, Alexander M 1841-1888. 

Business records, 1855-87. 100 items and 2 v. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Minneapolis businessman, engaged in real estate, lumber, 
and oil. Correspondence, business cards, advertising cir- 
culars, articles of agreements, and miscellaneous papers re- 
lating to Dole's business interests in Minnesota and Canada. 
Includes material on Dole's sale of fence and _ telegraph 
poles, various mechanical devices such as gasoline ^stoves, 
steam engines, harrow teeth, railroad spikes, and mill sup- 
plies; construction of log booms below the Falls of St 
Anthony; importation of goods from Canada; floods on the 
Ottawa River; legislation regarding the St Louis River 
Dalles Improvement Company (in Minnesota) and the Star 
Oil Company, Minneapolis; navigation between Lake Mani- 
toba and Winnepegosis in Manitoba, Can.; the Security 
Bank, in Minneapolis; the Keokuk Northern Packet Line; 
and circulars advertising health aids, religious tracts, maga- 
zines, insurance, and bonks. 

Inventory description in repository. 

Gift of Mrs. Edwin L. Pearson, 1962. 



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Gehan,MarkH 1892- MS63-236 

Papers, 1925-27. 50 items. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Lawyer and representative in the Minnesota Legislature 
from St Paul Correspondence and other papers collected 
by Genan while in the Minnesota Legislature. The corre- 
spondence relates to old age pensions, fish and game laws, 
veterans legislation, road construction, child labor, lien law, 
building codes, railroads, education, workmen's compensa- 
tion, gasoline taxes, garnishment laws, and evolution. 

Inventory description in the repository. 

Gift of Mr. Gehkn, 1925; additional material transferred 
from the Minnesota Historical Society Library, 1959 



f a . . „ .. „ . „ MS 63-237 

Gilbert, Mahlon Norris, Bp., 1848-1900 

Papers, 1883-1908. 68 items. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Episcopal clergyman. Correspondence, sermons, news- 
paper dippings, and miscellaneous papers, chiefly relating to 
the Lambeth Conference held in Lambeth, Eng (1897) 
Includes newspaper obituaries of Gilbert and two gradua- 
?°?;.?f t ^ ca * es issued by St. Mary's Hall, Faribault, Minn, 
to Gilbert's daughters in 1905 and 1908. 

Unpublished inventory in the repository. 

Gift of Mrs. Cole Oehler, 1961. 



Gfeason, Sarah, d. 1930. MS63-238 

Papers, 1878-1930. 79 items. 

Li Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Teacher. Correspondence, petitions, teaching certificates 
aadother papers relating to Miss Gleason's teaching career^ 
rn Chippewa, Grant, McLeod, Meeker, and Wrightcounties, 
«i ^ udeS ^° fetters bating to the Hinckley fore* 
nre of 1894; two letters from a member of the 15th Minne- 
sota Regiment giving details on camp life during the 
Spanish American War; and attendance records and cer- 
tificates issued to Miss Gleason by the University of AOnne- 

Unpublished inventory description in the repository 
Gift of Mrs. ER. Larson, 196L 



r~-», /v. r< MS 63-239 

w*gg, Oren Cornelius, 1845-1926. 

Papers, 1904-07. 100 items. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Farmer of Lyon Co., Minn. Correspondence and miscel- 
laneous papers. Most of the letters were written to Gregg 
by his wife Charlotte and give information on the workon 
the Gregg farm, which was used by the University of Min- 
nesota as an experimental farm, and news of family and 
friends. Other letters are from residents of St Louis Co., 
Mum. and contain information on the results of scientific^ 
farming methods m that area. Most of the miscellaneous 
papers are copies of bills introduced into' the Minnesota 
Legislature relating to the establishment of agricultural ex- 
perimental stations, enlarging the activities of the Farmers' 
Institutes, and temperance and liquor control 

Inventory description in the repository. 

Gift of H.Y.Torrey, 1959. 



Hansen, Carl Gustav Otto, 1871-1960 MS 63-240 

Papers, 1932-42. 98 items. 
In Minnesota Historical Society collections 
Translator for Norwegian- American newspapers and ac- 
tive member of Norwegian-American groups. Chiefly cor# 
^ondence (1932-41) in Norwegian, betw'een Hansen and 

2225 -ST"" «*<?**"* N °™7- The rest of the 
papers (1942) consist of press releases, correspondence, mi- 
nutes of meetings, and committee lists relating to the visit of 
Crown Prince Olaf (later Olaf v) of Norway to the Twin 
Cities in 1942. 

Inventory description in the repository. 

Transferred from the Library of the University of Minne- 
sota, 196L 

n^. o MS63-241 

HiD, Samuel, 1857-1931. 

Papers, 1895-1902. 100 items. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Lawyer and associate of the Minneapolis Trust Co. Cor- 
respondence, programs, invitations, and miscellaneous 
papers. The correspondence relates to Catholic affairs in 
Minnesota, to the economic growth of Duluth and north- 
eastern Minnesota, and to politics. Includes letters (1900) 
from George B. Cortelyou and Marcus A. Hanna concern- 
ing political appointments. Other correspondents include 
Ignatius Donnelly; Patrick Heflron, Catholic Bishop of 
Winona, Minn.; Torger Au Hoverstadm, superintendent of 
the University of Minnesota Agricultural Station at 
Crookston; Archbishop John Ireland; James McGolrick, 
Catholic Bishop of Duluth, Minn.; Knnte Nelson; Warren 
Upham, secretary of the Minnesota Historical Society ; and 
John T. West, proprietor of the West Hotel, Minneapolis. 
Organizations represented include the Minneapolis Athe-^ 
naeum (now a part of the Minneapolis Public Library) W 
the Minneapolis Apollo Club (a men's choral society) ; and 
the West-Minneapolis Turn-Verein. 
Inventory description in the repository. 
Gift of James N. B. Hill, 1958, 1961. 

m.— ii a MS 63-542 

Johnson, Henry A 1896- 

Papers, 1931. 57 items. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Member of the Minnesota Legislature from Minneapolis 
Correspondence, drafts of legislative bills, newspaper dip- 
pings, pamphlets, and other items relating to the following 
types of legislation: forestry, a retirement program for city 
and county employees, criminal procedures, temperance, and 
antivmsection. 

Inventory description in the repository. 

Gift of Mr. Johnson, 1931. 

, ■ MS63-24S 

Larson, Louise E collector. 

Papers, 1857-1916. ca. 500 items. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence and printed matter collected by Louise E. 
Larson and Henrietta (Larson) Town, both of Winona, 
Minn. The correspondence relates to election campaigns, 
political appointments, the Civil War, the Spanish American* 
War, Negro ^suffrage, and an epidemic in Chicago (1866^ 
The printed items include programs and invitations relating' 
to the Winona Opera House, a program of the Winona Fair 
and State Exposition (1890), and a circus program and 
poster. Correspondents include such Minnesota and national 
political figures as: Tarns Bixby, Alexander Bull, Joseph 
Gurney Cannon, Cushman Kellogg Davis, Edward Eggle- 
ston, William Watts Folwell, John Hay, Andrew Kyan Mc- 
Gffl, William Rainey Marshall, William Rush Merriam, 



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Larson, Louise £ collector. Papers, 1857-1916. 

(Continued) 
Stephen Miller, Knute Nelson, John Sargent Pillsbury, 
Alexander Ramsey, Theodore Roosevelt, James Albertus 
0,_ Tawney, Samuel Rinnan Van Sant, Gideon Welles, and Wil- 

liam TVindom. 
Inventory description in the repository. 
Gift of Charles C. Crapser, 1927. 



MS 63-244 
Levi, Werner, 1912- 

Papers, 1945-46. 112 items. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

University professor. Correspondence compiled by Levi, 
who headed a project which supplied food and clothing to 
families of men who had served in the Dutch resistance 
movement against the Germans during World War n. The 
letters are from Minnesota residents, responding to the re- 
quest for aid. Includes copies of a few letters received from 
Dutch recipients of the goods. 

Inventory in the repository. 

Grift of Mr. and Mrs. Levi, 1960. 



MS63-245 
Mayo, Charles Edwin, 1827-1899. 

Papers, 1851-98. ca. 500 items. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Businessman, customs employee, and secretary and presi- 
dent of the Minnesota Historical Society. Chiefly auto- 
graphs of prominent nineteenth century political leaders; 
together with two amateur handwritten literary newspapers. 
One of them (1856-58) , edited by Mayo, gives data on social 
activities in St Paul, the weather, arrival 'of steamboats, 
births, marriages, and deaths in the community, sessions of 
the Minnesota Legislature, fires, accidents, lyceum meetings, 
and the founding of the St Paul Y. M. C. A. and the St 
Paul Public library, and includes essays and poems. The 
other newspaper (1856-57) was edited by Mayo's sister, 
S. L. Mayo, of Brewster, Mass. and contains similar ma- 
terial. Important names represented include Jean Louis 
Rudolphe Agassiz, Thomas Francis Bayard, Frank Preston 
Blair, Edward William Bok, Frederika Bremer, Salmon 
Portland Chase, William Augustus Croffut, Caleb Cushing, 
Richard Henry Dana, Dorothea Lynde Dix, Frederick 
Douglass, Cyrus West Field, Albert Gallatin, Elbert Hub- 
bard, Edward Augustus, Duke of Kent (father of Queen 
Victoria), the Marquis de Lafayette, Horace Mann, David 
Dixon Porter, Thomas Brackett Reed, Carl Schurz, Alex- 
ander Hamilton Stephens, Cornelius Vanderbilt, and John 
Ellis Wool. 

Inventory description in the repository. 

Gifts of Mrs. E. C. Dougan and Mrs. E. T. Richardson, 
1887-1930; and of the St Paul Public Library, 1961. 



m , MS63-246 

fPParker, Charles Astor, 1870-1957. 
Papers, 1868-1950. 300 items. 
In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 
Theatrical manager, of Minneapolis. Correspondence, 
legal documents, reminiscences, and other papers relating to 
Parker's activities in the theater, politics, and business. The 
early correspondence (1905-07) consists of letters written 
to George W. Edwards relating to articles written for a 
publication called The third rail with which Parker and 



Edwards were associated. Includes letters from John D. 
Archbold, Henry Clews, Chauncey M. Depew, Frederick D. 
Grant, Charles Evans Hughes, William Travers Jerome, 
Alton li. Parker, and Henry C. Potter, and letters written 
by individuals representing Evangeline Booth and Seth 
Low. The papers relating to Parker's theatrical ventures 
include two MSS.: The legitimate theater will return; and, 
My autobiography, both written in 1950. Political papers 
include letters from Totten Peavey Hefielfinger and Ralph 
L. Mayhood, a member of the Minnesota Legislature; poli- 
tical campaign pamphlets; local Republican organizations' 
constitutions; and political dinner programs. 

Inventory description in the repository. 

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Parker, 1950; 1959. 



MS 63-247 
Riee family. 

Papers, 1845-1934. ca, 200 items. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence, newspaper clippings, genealogical data, 
and other papers of the interrelated Rice, Miller, Dawson, 
and Acker families. Rice family papers include letters 
-written by Edmund Rice (1819-1889) to his sister Ellen in 
Michigan, containing information on business and family 
matters and the Mexican War; letters (1851-53) from Rice 
to Thomas B. Cuming, editor of the Keokuk, Iowa Dis- 
patch, relating to annuity payments made to the Winne- 
bago Ttifjiyne at Long Prairie, Minn., and to politics in 
Minnesota; letters (1858-65) dealing with Rice's trips to 
Washington, D. C. and with the railroad bond issue; and 
genealogical data on the Bull, Fiske, Hastings, Rice, Spaul- 
ding, and Willard families. Miller family papers consist 
mostly of newspaper clippings (ca. 1915-16) relating to the 
formation of the Charles T. Miller Hospital of St Paul; 
together with an autograph book (1876-85) kept by J. H. 
Miller, chiefly containing autographs of Miller's cl a ss m a t es 
at Shattuck School, Faribault, Minn. The bulk of Dawson 
family papers (ca. 1879-1910) consists of letters written by 
William Dawson (1825-1906) to his son William Dawson, 
Jr. (1862-1916) while the senior Dawson, his wife, and 
daughters were on a tour of Europe (1889-90). The letters 
describe travels in France, Italy, Switzerland, Austria, Ger- 
many, Holland, Belgium, and the British Isles. Acker 
family papers (1849-62) include a few letters hy and news- 
paper clippings about William Henry Acker, a member of 
the 1st Minnesota Regt who was killed at the Battle of 
Shiloh,1862. ... 

Inventory description in the repository. 

Gift of Mary Rossum, 196L 



MS63-248 
St Croix River Improvement Association, StUhoater, Minn. 

Records, 1917-35. 95 items. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence and newspaper clippings relating to the 
activities of the St. Croix River Improvement Association, 
which was concerned with conservation problems in the St 
Croix River area. Most of the correspondence is between 
John Warner Griggs Dunn, vice-president of the associ- 
ation, and officials of the Wisconsin and Minnesota Depts. 
of Conservation, the U. S. Dept of the Interior, and the 
U. S. Army Corps of Engineers. Issues discussed include 
shooting of waterfowl, "rough fishing," commercial vs. 
sportsman fishing in the St Croix River, violations of the 
law" on fishing with artificial lights, control of blister rust, 
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Records, 1917-35. (Continued) 

the river caused by the construction of dams. Important 
correspondents include Carlos Avery, Minnesota Game and 
Fish Commissioner; Senator Henrik Shipstead; and Thad- 
deus Surber, of the Minnesota Game and Fish Dept. 

Inventory description in the repository. 

Gift of James Taylor Dunn, 1956. 



MS 63-249 
St Louis County (Minn.) Club and Farm Bureau Associa- 
tion. 

Records, 1915-62. ca. 3 ft. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence, financial records, reports, clippings, con- 
stitution, bylaws, minutes, resolutions and other papers 
documenting the history of an organization whose activities 
included programs to promote better transportation, home 
demonstrators and county agents, 4-H work, soil classifica- 
tion, land clearing, better marketing facilities, new indus- 
tries such as the tourist business and others, woodworking, 
taconite, recreation, safety, fire prevention, health, and 
libraries. 

Inventory description jn the repository. 

Gift of Harold J. Aase, secretary of the association, 1962. 



„ ,, ' MS63-250 

Senkler family. 

Papers, 1844-1955. ca. 300 items and 7 v. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence and other papers of George Easton 
Senkler (1870-1956) a St. Paul physician, his wife, Abigail 
Louise (Dickson) Senkler (1871-1961), his son, Albert 
Easton Senkler (1907-1947), his father, Albert Edward 
Senkler (1842-1899), and his grandfather, Edmund John 
Senkler (1802-1872). The bulk of the collection is dated 
1855-77 and consists of correspondence between Edmund 
John Senkler and his son Albert Edward, describing Albert's 
emigration from Brockville, Ont to Minnesota, pioneer con- 
ditions in St. Cloud, Minn, and his medical career in St 
Cloud and St PauL Edmund John's letters reveal his inter- 
ests in science, mathematics, astronomy, and climate, con- 
tain many references to leading scientists of the period such 
as Charles Darwin, John B. Cherriman (1823-1908) the 
mathematician, and Bishop John William Colenso (1814- 
1883), and give data on the conflict between the new sci- 
entific discoveries and orthodox religious beliefs. The cor- 
respondence (Jan.-April 1902) of Mrs. George Senkler, 
written while she was on her wedding trip to Europe gives 
her impressions of Italy, Paris, Vienna, and London and 
also describes her meeting with Sir John Strachey (1823- 
1907) in Italy. The letters (1921-30) of Albert Easton 
Senkler describe his work in lumber camps in Montana and 
Washington. The papers of George Easton Senkler include 
correspondence (1938-55) between him and his relatives in 
Brockville, Ont^ relating to genealogy; diary-medical record 
books; and a diary (1902) kept on his wedding trip to 
Europe which contains information on visits to European 



clinics and hospitals and Senkler's reactions to European 
medical facilities and practice. Other material in the col- 
lection includes letters (1898-1902) from the prominent 
surgeon William Osier (1849-1919); genealogical data on 
the Easton family; a lecture (1844) on astronomy by Ed- ^ 
mund John Senkler; catalogs from the University of Min- 9 
nesota, the University of Pennsylvania, and McGill Univer- 
sity; and an article from Queen's quarterly (1949) on Ed- 
mund John Senkler's letters to George Copeman. 

Inventory description in the repository. 

Gifts from the Dr. A. E. Senkler estate and from Mrs. J. 
Fuller Brown, a daughter of George Easton Senkler, 
1961-62. 



« "' „ ' MS 68-251 

Shepardson, George Defrees, 1864-1926. 

Papers, 1896-191L 57 items. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Electrical engineer and university professor. Corre- 
spondence, financial data, minutes of meetings, and reports 
relating to Shepardson's activities in the Olivet Baptist 
Church of Minneapolis. Topics discussed include appoint- 
ments and resignations of ministers of the church, church 
finances, and the church's activities in temperance and other 
civic movements in the city. 

Inventory description in the repository. 

Transferred from the Library of the University of Minne- 
sota, 1961. 



MS63-252 
Sweet, Albert Burbank, 1847-1943. 

Papers, 1865-1963. ca. 50 items. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Union soldier, teacher, businessman, and physician, of 
Minnesota. A few letters, certificates, memorabilia, news- 
paper clippings, and miscellaneous papers. Includes a MS. 
written by Sweet's son, Harry Sweet, entitled Farm house 
to footlights, story of the Andrews Opera Company, musical 
pioneers of the Midlands. The MS. is a partially fictional- 
ized account of the activities of the Andrews family oaf 
Minnesota, whose family dramatic troupe toured the Mid- 
west in the 1880's and 1890's. 

Inventory description in the repository. 

Harry Sweet's MS. is partially restricted. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift of Harry and Lottie V. Sweet, 1962-63. 



MS 63-253 
Union Mercantile Company, Arlington, Minn. 

Records, 1918-59. ca. 100 items and 12 v. 

In Minnesota Historical Society collections. 

Articles of incorporation, bylaws, firm ti ria l statements^ 
minutes of meetings, stock certificates, stock ledgers, and^ 
stock certificate books of the Union Mercantile Co. (origi- 
nally called the Union Produce Co.), a cooperative store 
doing business in eggs, poultry, feed, and other farm pro- 
duce. Includes a history of the company (1918-58) written 
by its secretary, Ervin L Beseke. 

Inventory description in the repository. 

Gift of Ervin L Beseke, 1962. 



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MS 63-254 
Campbell, Lewis Davis, 1811-1882. 
Correspondence, 1850-77. 1 box. 
In Ohio Historical Society Library (Columbus) 
Lawyer and U. S. Representative from Ohio. Letters re- 
t lating mostly to national and Ohio politics while Campbell 

was in Congress, 1840-58. Correspondents include Salmon 
P. Chase, Thomas Corwin, Joshua R. Giddings, Murat Hal- 
stead, Reverdy Johnson, Horace Mann, 'William H. Seward, 
Clement L. Vallandigham, Benjamin F. Wade, Thttrlow 
Weed, and Fernando Wood. 
Unpublished author and date index in the library. 
Purchase, 1068. 

MS 63-255 
Peas, Simeon Davison, 1861-1936. 

Papers, 1882-1937 13ft (11,500 items) 
In Ohio Historical Society library (Columbus) 
U. S. Senator from Ohio and college president. Corre- 
spondence, speeches, campaign material, and other papers 
relating Chiefly to his activities as U. S. Senator but also 
covering his career as president of Antioch College. Corre- 
spondents include Edward Everett Hale, Jr., Warren G. 
Harding, and Henry S. Lehr. 

Unpublished inventory in the library. 

Gift of Lehr Fess and Lowell Fess, 1956, 1961. 

MS 63-256 
Gest, Erasmus, 1820-1908. 

Papers, 1834-85. 12 v., 1 box, and 5 folders. 

In Ohio Historical Society library (Columbus) 

Surveyor, engineer, and railroad magnate, of Cincinnati. 
Business and personal correspondence, primarily incoming; 
^ surveying and engineering reports of railroads and canals 

9 in Ohio, Indiana, Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and 

Pennsylvania; scaled drawings, especially of the Pennsyl- 
vania Canal; journals and diaries of trips; reminiscences; 
maps and mounted newspaper clippings, primarily relating 
to Ohio railroads with which Gest was associated; and 
printed reports, mostly of Ohio and Kentucky railroads. 
The material relates primarily to the development of trans- 
portation, but also covers the social, political, and economic 
life of Cincinnati in the late 1830's and early 1840's, includ- 
ing information about the Butchers' Strike of 1836; aboli- 
tion riots and the destruction of James G. Bimey's press; 
lecture courses given by E. D. Mansfield, William Holmes 
McGuffey, A. Kinmont, and Dr. Locke; medical colleges, 
including the new one opened by Daniel Drake; Daniel 
Webster's visit to Cincinnati; balloon ascensions; the Meth- 
odist Church General Conference of 1836; and the presi- 
dential campaign of 1840. 

Inventory published in 1962 by the repository. 

Purchase, 1962. 

MS 63-257 
Jacobs, Victor, 1903- 

Papers, 1944-53. 800 items. 
In Ohio Historical Society Library (Columbus) 
Lawyer, of Dayton, Ohio. Mostly correspondence (1946- 
Ai 47) of Jacobs, member of the Ohio Conservation of Natural 
™ Resources Committee with the chairman of the committee, 
Arthur Ernest Morgan (b. 1878) of Yellow Springs, Ohio. 
Includes annotated revisions of the Ohio legislative bill 
creating the State's first unified department of conservation, 
the Dept. of Natural Resources, which went into effect Aug. 
9,1949. 
Unpublished inventory in the library. 
Gift of Mr. Jacobs, 1963. 



MS 63-258 
King family. 

Papers, 1816-63. 1 ft. (362 items) 
In Ohio Historical Society Library (Columbus) 
Letters (1816-35) of Sarah (Worthington) King Peter 
(1800-1877), humanitarian and philanthropist, to her first 
husband, Edward King (1795-1836) ; letters (1827-51) from 
Thomas Worthington King to his mother, Mrs. Peter, and 
to his brother, Rufus King (1817-1891), lawyer of Cincin- 
nati; and letters (1858-63) from Thomas Worthington 
King's sons, William, Thomas, and Rufus to their uncle 
Rufus King. 
Inventory in the library. 
Purchase, 1962. 



MS63-259 
Kurtz, Charles Lindley, 1854-1929. 
Papers, 1837-95. 7 ft. (5400 items) 
In Ohio Historical Society Library (Columbus) 
Manufacturer and politician, of Athens and Columbus, 
Ohio. Correspondence (chiefly 1888-90); and ledgers and 
journals of Kurtz & Norris, jewelry, book, and stationery 
store in Athens, Ohio. Correspondence relates to Kurtz's 
activities as an Ohio legislator (1881-84), delegate to na- 
tional Republican conventions (1880, 1888), and committee 
member of the Republican State Executive Committee 
(1895-96); and to Gov. Joseph Benson Foraker's affairs 
when Kurtz served as his secretary {1886-90). Correspond- 
ents include Asa Smith Bushnell, Joseph Benson Foraker, 
Murat Halstead, Marcus Alonzo Hanna, William McKinley, 
and John Sherman. 
Inventory and index in the library. 
Gift of Mrs. Ralph N. Beaton, 1962. 



MS 63-260 
Lee, Mary (Brown) 1869-1952. 

Papers, 1893-1948. ca. 3500 items. 
In Ohio Historical Society Library (Columbus) 
Politician, and wife of Vernon E. Lee, of Westerville, 
Ohio. General correspondence concerned chiefly with poli- 
tics on the State and local level, reflecting Mrs. Lee's activi- 
ties as a member of the Republican Party and editor of the 
Republican women's gazette; papers (1903-23) related to 
her activities as an officer of the Ohio State Grange, the Ohio 
Landowners' League, and the Fish and Game Protective 
Association, League of Ohio Sportsmen; and personal cor- 
respondence (1913-24) with Warren G. and Florence K 
Harding. 
Unpublished inventory in tile library. 



MS 63-261 
Mansfield, Edward Deering, 1801-1880. 

Papers, 1810-78. ca. 180 items and 7 v. 

In Ohio Historical Society Library (Columbus) 

Author and editor, of Cincinnati. Correspondence, diary 
or memorandum book (1850-61), 1 volume of undated rem- 
iniscences, and 5 volumes of clippings and newspaper ar- 
ticles written by Mansfield. The correspondence (mainly 
in the late 1830's and early 1840's) relates primarily to 
Mansfield's activities as author and editor, but contains some 
material on politics. Correspondents include Robert J. 
Breckenridge, Salmon P. Chase, Thomas Corwin, William 
Dennison, Jr., Rutherford B. Hayes, William Holmes Mc- 
Guffey, Henry J. Raymond, and Daniel Webster. 

Unpublished inventory in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Winston Dudley, 1963. 



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MS 63-262 
Mansfield, Jared, 1759-1830. 

Papers, 1785-1848. 119 items. 

In Ohio Historical Society Library (Columbus) 

Mathematician, physicist, and U. S. Surveyor General 
Primarily correspondence between Mansfield and his wife, 
Elizabeth (Phipps) Mansfield, relating mostly to personal 
and family matters, bnt containing descriptions of Ohio and 
Indiana, and occasional references to national politics and 
Mansfield's duties as Surveyor General Includes a few 
papers of Mrs. Mansfield's father, David Phipps, and 86 
letters from Daniel Drake (1785-1852) to his father, Isaac 
Drake; his brother, Benjamin Drake; and Mansfield, con- 
taining observations on the War of 1812 and his medical 
practice. 

Unpublished inventory in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Winston Dudley, 1963. 



„ MS 63-263 

Putnam family. 

Papers, 1796-1930. ca. 350 items. 

In Ohio Historical Society Library (Columbus) 

Papers, mostly in the l%5b\ including letters from Charles 
Marsh Putnam (1802-1869), Presbyterian clergyman, to his 
father while he attended Ohio University, Yale College, and 
Andover Seminary, ca. 1824-29; letters to his daughter, 
Lydia H. Putnam while she was a student at Putnam Female 
Seminary, Putnam, Ohio, and Western Female Seminary, 
Oxford, Ohio, 1852-57; sermons and church records from 
his ministry at the Presbyterian Church in Jersey, Ohio; 
letters of David Putnam (1769-1856) regarding Marietta 
and Bclpre, Northwest Territory; a letter (Aug. 8, 1810) to 
him from Harman Blennerhassett outlining his activities 
and opportunities in Mississippi Territory; letters of Wil- 
liam Pitt Putnam (1770-1800) ; and letters of Israel Putnam 
(b.1740). 

Gift of David W. Putnam, 1963. 



„ „,.„. MS 63-264 

Sherman, William Tecumseh, 1820-1891. 
Papers, 1832-1948. 12 ft. (1835 items) 
In Ohio Historical Society Library (Columbus) 
Army officer. Letters from Sherman to Hugh Boyle 
Ewing, 1844-85; Elly (Sherman) Thackara, 1869-81; Min- 
nie (Sherman) Fitch, 1859-91; Philemon Tecumseh Sher- 
man, 1879-90; and Henry S. Turner, 1854-58, 1872-81; 
together with miscellaneous correspondence including letters 
from Winfield Scott Hancock, Philip Henry Sheridan, John 
McAllister Schofield, and Murat Halstead"; the MS. of Sher- 
man's autobiography; and the MS. journal, Notes of travel 
in Europe and the East, an account kept by Joseph C. Auden- 
ried of Sherman's trip to Europe in 1871-72. The material 
relates to all phases of Sherman's career, especially the 
periods in California (1854-58), EJmsas (1858-59), and 
Louisiana (1859-€1) covered in the letters to Ewing and 
Turner; and the postwar period, which includes correspond- 
ence pertaining to the Hayes-Tilden disputed election. In- 
cludes correspondence (1839-88) of his wife, Ellen Boyle 
(Eying) Sherman with Minnie Sherman Fitch, Thomas 
Ewing, andHngh Boyle Ewing; letters (1910-13) of Minnie 
Sherman Fitch to Eleanor S. Fitch; and miscellaneous Sher- 
man family correspondence (1832-1948). 

Gift of Charles Montgomery, Airs. Frederick CauldweU, 
and the estate of Eleanor Sherman Fitch, 1953, 1958, and 



„ , „ MS 63-265 

Betts Supply Company. 

Becords, 1916-41. 3 ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Correspondence, cashbooks, expense books, account book, 
journal, bill register, and voucher register, of L. F. Betts, ' 
chiefly relating to his general merchandise and mining 
supply company in Quapaw, Okla. 

Acquired from D. C. Betts. 



MS 63-266 
Dewey, Frederick S 

Papers, 1862-1947. 234 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Army Medical Corps officer, and early settler of Okla- 
homa City. Correspondence, diary (1884), pocket notebook 
on claim jumping in Oklahoma Territory, list of privates in 
a military hospital in the Philippines, 16 military property 
accounts (1862-63) of Dewey and George H Dewey, a land 
grant certificate ( 1899) , commissions, and photos., including 
material on Oklahoma before statehood, the Vicksburg, 
Miss^ area during the Civil War, and Dewey's tour of duty 
in the Philippines. 

Gift of Mrs. Maurice A Marrs. 



MS 63-267 
Kali-Inla Coal Company. 

Becords, 1903-04. 250 ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Correspondence, minute books of stockholders' and direc- 
tors' meetings, reports, scrapbooks of newspaper clippings, 
daily time sheets, payroll sheets, bills of lading, claimA 
orders, vouchers, invoices, court decisions and depositions^ 
other legal papers, printed material, maps, photos., and 
other records, concerning accidents, labor disputes and mine 
supplies, as well as operations, of the Kali-Inla Coal Co., 
and its affiliates: Bache-Denman Coal Co., Coronado Coal 
G*, Hartford Coal Co., Mammoth Vein Coal Ca, and 
Prairie Creek Coal Co., in southeast Oklahoma. Includes 
personal correspondence of Franklin Bache, Heber Den- 
man, and Clyde Finley. 



MS 63-268 
Kjennerud, Hans. 

Papers, 1881-1945. 57 items. 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Soldier. Military papers concerning assignments to vari- 
ous Army units in the West, policing the Plains tribes, and 
duty in the Philippines during the Aguinaldo revolt 

Acquired from E. C. Springstead. 



MS 63-269 
Mullen, William P 

Papers, 1900-48. 14 ft ^ 

In University of Oklahoma library. W 

Bu si nes sm an. Business correspondence, ledgers, deeds, 
mortgages, payroll records, bank statements, newspaper 
clippings, blueprints, and maps, largely related to coal 
mining in the McAlester-Wilburton field in Oklahoma. 
Includes material from the Southwestern Interstate Coal 
Operators' Association relating to management in the coal 
industry. 
Gift of James W. Mullen. 



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MS 63-270 
Oklahoma. University. Library. Division of Manuscripts. 

Oklahoma banks collection, 1874-1930. 625 ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Correspondence, minute books of boards of directors, char- 
ters, summary balance and general ledgers, individual 
ledgers, registers of public sales, tellers' cashbooks, discount 
registers, remittance ledgers, distribution of expense ledgers, 
and other records of more than 35 Oklahoma banks. The 
records illustrate the changes which have occurred in book- 
keeping methods, interest and control, and reflect the na- 
tional panics, money crises, bank holidays or moratoriums, 
and the Federal and State banking legislation which took 
place during this period. 

Described in A guide to regional manuscript collections 
in the Division of Manuscripts, University of Oklahoma 
Library, by A. U. Gibson (1960) p. 126-127. 



MS 63-271 
Siitel, Fritz. 

Papers, 1871-1935. 2 ft 

In University of Oklahoma Library. 

Businessman of McAlester, Okla. Correpondence, deeds, 
endorsements, leases, farmers' permits (1888-98), Choctaw 
allotment certificates, township maps of Choctaw Nation, 
clippings, and other papers, concerning Sittel's business 
activities, the Sittel family, and mining and trade in the 
Choctaw Nation. Persons mentioned include Tarns Bixby, 
Green McCurtain, Jackson F. McCurtain, Peter Perkins 
Pitchlynn, W. B. Pitchlynn, and Benjamin F. SmaUwood. 

Gift of Mrs. Fred Rogers and Fritz NeilL 



MS 63-272 
Allston, Robert Francis Withers, 1801-1864. 

Papers, 1757-1929. 6 v. and 31 boxes. 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

Planter, civil engineer, legislator, and Governor of South 
Carolina. Family and business letters, diaries, plantation 
account books, estate papers, and overseers and factors' re- 
ports pertaining to AUston's rice plantation. Papers (1809- 
96) relate mainly to Allston and his family. The corre- 
spondence consists primarily of letters to and from members 
of the Allston and Petigru families. Prominent among 

these are AUston's children : Benjamin Allston (1833-1900), 
Charles Petigru Allston (1848-1922), Adele (Mrs. Arnoldus 
Vanderhorst, 1842-1915), Elizabeth Waites (Mrs. John 
Julius Pringle, 1845-1921), and Jane Louise (Mrs. Charles 
A Hill, 1850-1937). Letters concerning "anti-Secessionist 
James Lonis Petigru appear among the family correspond- 
ence. Includes AUston's diary (1861-63), letters from other 
planters and State leaders, and letters recounting the tour of 
duty of Benjamin Allston, while serving in the U. S. Army 
in Oregon and Utah. 

Index and calendar in the repository. 

Described in The South Carolina rice plantation as re- 
vealed in the papers of R. F. W. Allston, edited by J. H. 
Esterby (1945) 

Gift of Mrs. Charles Albert Hill, 1933. 



MS 63-273 

Allston family. 

AUston-Pringle-Hill collection, 1812-1920. 4330 items 

and 63 v. 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Correspondence, diaries, MSS., time books, and other 
papers of a South Carolina rice-planting family. The papers 
of Robert Francis Withers Allston (1801-1864), Governor 
of South Carolina, include fragmentary personal letters, 
receipts and plantation records (1856-58) - Papers of Eliza- 
beth Waites Allston (Mrs. John Julius Pringle, 1845-1921) , 
rice planter and author, include diaries, time books, and 
MSS. of her books: A woman rice planter, and Chronicles 
of Chicora Woods, together with items connected with their 
publication. These papers disclose information on daily life 
on a plantation, the low-country Negro, the work of the 
Colonial Dames, the Huguenot Society of South Carolina, 
and the Mount Vernon Ladies Association. The correspond- 
ence of Jane Allston (Mrs. Charles A Hill, 1850-1937) 
relates to social life in South Carolina and other parts of 
America and in England ; and contains letters from Richard 
L. Allston, written from France during World War I, com- 
menting upon the influenza epidemic and the aftereffects 
of the War. Other papers include typewritten copies of 
letters of "anti-Secessionist" James Louis Petigru (1789- 

1863) 
Unpublished guide available in the repository. 
Gift of the estate of Mrs. Charles A Hill, 1933. 

MS63-274 
Bee <WiDiam C) and Company, Charleston, S. C. 

Records, 1863-78. 100 items. 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence, accounts, bills, notes, and other financial 
papers of a firm 6f rice and cotton factors which was the 
agent for the Importing and Exporting Company of South 
Carolina, an organization established for trade with Great 
Britain via the West Indies. Includes correspondence and 
accounts with companies in Liverpool, Eng. and in Nassau 
and with the South Carolina Rail Road Company; a letter 
(1864) from James Carlin about the construction of three 
blockade runners; and stock certificates and other papers 
relating to the Importing and Exporting Company of South 
Carolina, which operated steamships during the blockade 
of 1863-65. Ships mentioned include Alice, Carolina, Ella 
and Annie, Emily, Fanny, Fearless, and the brig Sarah 

Flagg. , • , 

Described in South Carolina historical and genealogical 
magazine, v. 47 (1946) p. 174-175. These records ware ussd 
and freely quoted in Charleston during the Civil War, by 
Theodore D. Jervey, in Annual report of the American 
Historical Association (1913) p. 167-176. 
Gift of Theodore D. Jervey, 1946. 



MS 63-275 

Bennett, John, 1865-1956. 

Papers, ca. 1900-57. 6 v. and 36 boxes. 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

Author, illustrator, and lecturer, of Charleston, S. C. 
Correspondence ; notes on local folklore, Gullah, Negro music 
and folksongs; and Loyalists; and MSS. of Bennett's books. 
Correspondents include Dubose Heyward and Hervey Allen. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 

repository. . , . . 

Information on literary rights available in tiie repository. 

Gift of Mrs. Bennett 



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™ ^ . , MS 63-276 

Bowen, Nathaniel, Bp., 1779-1839. 

Bowen-Cooke papers, 1772-1857. 421 items. 
In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 
Episcopal bishop of South Carolina. * Chiefly personal let- 
ters from Bowen to his mother, to his sister Susan (later Mrs. 
John Cooke) and to friends, covering his education in 
Charleston, his years as assistant to Bishop Eobert Smith, 
his winter in Providence, R. L after his ordination to the 
priesthood in Massachusetts, his first rectorship (1804-09) of 
St Michael's Church, Charleston, an interval in Boston and 
New York, and his return to Charleston in 1817 as rector of 
St Michael's and Bishop of South Carolina. Includes a let- 
ter book of Bowen's father, the Rev. Pennel Bowen (d. 1788) 
of Boston, containing drafts of letters written from Charles- 
ton, S. C. and Savannah, Ga. while seeking an appointment; 
letters to the widowed Mrs. Penuel Bowen, chiefly from 
Nathaniel Russell, concerning the aid of the Society for the 
Relief of Widows and Orphans of the Protestant Episcopal 
Clergy; letters (1805-33) by Mrs. Nathaniel Bowen (nee 
Amanda Blake) ; and letters of the Cooke f amily, principally 
to and by Nathaniel Bowen Cooke, the Bishop's nephew. 

Index in repository. Also described in South Carolina 
historical and genealogical magazine, v. 47 (1946) p. 171-172. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift of Miss M Cooke. 

nu i * ,n c „ MS63-277 

Charleston Co., S. C. 

Records of county offices, 1868-1948. 29 ft 
In South Carolina Historical Society collections 
Records (1868-1909) of the Auditor's Office, including 
letters, forms, tax returns, applications for licenses, petitions 
for tax adjustments, and correspondence and other papers 
(1871-90) relating to teachers' pay, the raising of funds for 
the purchase of land and the erection of new school build- 
ings and other problems of a newly organized public school 
system; 82 v. of treasurer's books (1880-1910) showing 
name of taxpayer, place of residence, number of lots and 
buildings, value of property, and date of payment of tax; 
and incomplete records (1883-1948) of the Coroner's Office. 
Gifts of the Auditor's Office, 1942; the Treasurer's Office, 
1958 ; and the Coroner's Office, 1958. 

™. , . MS 63-278 

Charleston, £. C. 

City departmental records, 1801-1938. 11 ft. 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

Records of the Dept. of Charities, including the Alms 
House (1801-1916), the William Enston Home for the Aged 
(1883-1938), and the Charleston Orphan House (1809-52) ; 
records of the Board of Firemasters (1848-1923), of the 
Board of Commissioners for Streets and Lamps (1806-16), 
of the Board of Commissioners for Opening and Widening 
Streets, Lanes, and Alleys (1817-66), and of the City Board 
of School Commissioners (1812-1913). 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift and deposits, 1946-60. 

Chestnut family. MS 63-279 

Chestnut-Miller-Manning papers, 1744-1900. 7 boxes 
In South Carolina Historical Society collections 
i , ^"f 5 an< L P ersonal P a Pers of John Chestnut (1743- 
1818) ; James Chestnut (1773-1866), South Carolina legis- 
lator; James Chestnut n (1815-1885), U. S. Senator frW 

£r°?i ™ 1 "o„!? d J :ionfederate officer >- Ste Pten Decatur 
Mxller (1787-1838), Governor of South Carolina; and John 
Manning (1816-1889), Governor of South Carolina. PapeS 
of James Chestnut n and John Manning relate to the Civil 



War and to Reconstruction in South Carolina. Papers 
(1820-38) of Stephen D. Miller pertain to the Nullification 
Movement in South Carolina. 

Unpublished calendar in repository. 

Acquired by exchange with Forrest Sweet 



m. ^ -, MSW-880 

Cheves family. 

Papers, 1777-1938. 44 ft. 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 
In part, transcripts. 

Papers of three generations of the Cheves family of South 
Carolina: Langdon Cheves (1776-1857), lawyer, TJ. S. Rep- 
resentative, and judge of the Supreme Court of South Caro- 
lina; Langdon Cheves (1814-1863), lawyer, planter, and 
Confederate Army officer; and Langdon Cheves (1848- 
1940) , lawyer, historian, and genealogist; comprising several 
groups with a unifying theme illustrating the acquisition 
and management of plantations and the impact of wars, 
depressions and industrialization on the agricultural society 
of South Carolina. The Middleton papers are composed of 
the papers (1828-87) of Henry Augustus Middleton (1793- 
1887) relating to planting, investments, property and bills 
for his children; correspondence (1849-66) relating to the 
estate of Ralph DeLancey Izard (1819-1849) ; correspond- 
ence (1829-49) of Thomas Middleton (1757-1863), mainly 
concerned with financial matters; correspondence (1855-63) 
of Thomas Middleton, Jr. (1832-1864) largely concerned 
with his mother's investments and with his service in the 
Confederate Army; genealogical notes by Edward B. Mid- 
dleton (1842-1910) and Eweretta Middleton (1840-1899) 
on the Middleton and Barnwell families; miscellaneous Mid- 4k 
dleton notebooks consisting of four books of notes copied 
from will books (1740-54), copied references to the family 
in South Carolina newspapers, an almanac with diary pages, 
and a journal (1864-65) of the Siege of Charleston, kept by 
Edward B. Middleton; estate papers of Edward B. Middle- 
ton (of whom Langdon Cheves m was the executor) ; and 
correspondence of the family of Henry Augustus Middleton. 
The Izard letters (1801-28) are largely made up of copies 
by Langdon Cheves m, and include letters from Ralph Izard 
(1785-1824), his first wife, Elizabeth Middleton, and his 
daughter, Ann Middleton Izard. The Kinloch papers con- 
sist mainly of family letters and estate papers of Cleland 
Kinloch (1759-1840) and Francis Kinloch (ca. 1800-1840). 
Plantation and family papers (1830-61) include plats, leases,' 
indentures, and other documents pertaining to the property 
of Langdon Cheves i, and letters written by him to his sons 
and sons-in-law giving advice on plantation management 
The Dulles and Lovell estate papers (1780-1883) pertain to 
the estate of Joseph Dulles, father-in-law of Langdon 
Cheves i, and include correspondence of Mrs. Cheves' mater- 
nal aunt, Ann Lovell and letters relating to the settlement 
of Mrs. Lovell's estate; and Dulles family letters. Other 
papers include correspondence (1860-1938) of Langdon 
Cheves m; notes by him on genealogy and miscellaneous 
subjects ; papers (1816-23) of Langdon Cheves i as a lawyer, 
associate justice, and president of the Bank of the United A 
States; legal and business papers; diary (1862-66) of Sophia 
Lovell Haskell Cheves (1846-1922), wife of Langdon 
Cheves m. recording her school days in Flat Rock, N. C. ; 
correspondence of members of the McCord and Miles fam- 
ilies; and miscellaneous material. 

Unpublished index and calendar in the repository. Selec- 
tions from the papers have been published in South Carolina 
historical and genealogical magazine. 
Gift of Langdon Cheves, m, 1940, and others, ca. 1930. 



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MS 63-281 
Cohen (Louis) and Company, Charleston, S. C. 
Records, 1870-1905. 6 ft 
In South Carolina. Historical Society collections. 
Cash receipts, account books, and other records of a dry 
goods business. 
Gift, 1957. 



MS63-282 
Confederate States of America. Army. Dept. of South 
Carolina, Georgia, and Florida. 

Headquarters papers, 1861-65. 968 items. 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

Communications received at the Headquarters of the First 
Military District of the Dept of South Carolina, Georgia, 
and Florida from fifteen batteries and stations on James 
Island, Charleston Harbor. Includes enlistment papers, 
general and special orders, court martial proceedings, in- 
spection reports, elections of officers, ordnance, quarter- 
master, and signal corps reports, telegrams, and letters. 

Described in South Carolina historical and genealogical 
magazine, v. 47 (1946) p. 176-177. 



MS 63-283 
De Saussure, Wflmot Gibbes, 1822-1886. 

Papers of Wilmot G. and Louis D. De Saussure, 1846-81. 
20 items and 1 v. 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

Lawyer, legislator, and Confederate officer, of Charleston, 
S. C. Order book (1861-62) of the 4th Brigade, South 
Carolina Militia, consisting of the 1st Regt of Artillery, 
41 1st Kegt of Rifles, and the 16th, 17th, 18th, and 19th Regts. 
of Infantry, which served as guards for prisoners of the 
Confederate Army, patrolled the mainland and adjacent 
islands, and trained for the defense of Charleston, S. C. 
Letters and documents (1846-81) to and concerning Louis 
D. De Saussure (b. ca. 1820), aide-de-camp to General 
Wilmot G. De Saussure, include military commissions, 
orders and reports relating to troop movements and field 
transportation, general orders stating the terms of surrender 
and cessation of war between Gen. Bushrod Johnson and 
Gen. William T. Sherman, field orders regarding the sur- 
render, social correspondence with Gen. P. G. T. Beaure- 
gard, and a letter from Jefferson Davis. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gifts of Isabel De Saussure and George P. De Saussure. 



MS 63-284 
Fielden, Henry Wemyss, d. 1921. 

Fielden-Smythe letters, 1851-1921. 193 items and 3 v. 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

Officer in the British and Confederate Armies, Arctic ex- 
plorer, and paymaster in the Boer War, South Africa. Per- 
sonal and family correspondence, scrapbook, and general 
orders. Earliest letter (1851) is from Fielden to the future 
1 Mrs. Fielden. Includes family letters; scrapbook of auto- 
graphs and clippings; general orders (1862-63) from the 
Adjutant General and Inspector General's Office, C. S. A~, 
and general orders (1864) from the Dept of South Caro- 
lina, Florida, and Georgia. One letter (1863) from Fielden 
describes action around Ft Sumter, S. C Important cor- 
respondents are CoL John Johnson and Gerald Smythe, who 
wrote concerning the Civil War. 

Gift of Dr. David McCord Wright 



MS 63-285 
Gadsden, John. 

Papers, 1852-90. 6 boxes. 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

Principal of the Holy Communion Church Institute. 
Chiefly letters relating to the Holy Communion Church 
Institute, Charleston, S. C. The Institute, later called the 
Porter Military Academy, was founded by the Rev. Anthony 
Toomer Porter, to accommodate the children who had been 
reduced by the Civil War from wealth to poverty. 

MS 63-286 
Gilman, Caroline (Howard) 1794-1888. 

Letters, 1810-80. 109 items. 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

Author and editor. Earliest letters of Mrs. Gilman, wife 
of the Rev. Samuel Gilman, of Charleston, S. C, were writ- 
ten from Savannah, Ga. to her sisters in Massachusetts, 
concerning family matters; letters written after 1819 relate 
to social and political events of Charleston. Includes ac- 
counts of events in Charleston during the Secession Conven- 
tion and the bombardment of Fort Sumter during the early 
days of the Civil War and the fire of 1861. Letters (1863), 
written from Greenville, S. C, pertain to hardships of the 
war and the raid of Union soldiers under Sherman. 

Described in South Carolina historical and genealogical 
magazine -v. 46 (1945), p. 172-173. 

Seventeen of the war letters were published as "Letters 
of a Confederate mother, Charleston in 1860's" in the At- 
lantic monthly, v. 137 (1926), p. 503-515. 

Gift of Clare H. Jervey. 

MS 63-287 
Gonrdin, Theodore, 1764-1826. 

Papers, 1693-1873. ca. 5 ft. 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

U. S. Representative from South Carolina and planter. 
Chiefly correspondence, accounts, grants, sales and plats 
(1693-1857), and other papers relating to Gourdin's estate. 
Includes copybooks for children and papers relating to the 
settlement of the estate of Theodore Gourdin (d. 1866). 

Index in the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift of Samuel G. Stoney. 

MS 63-288 

Gt Brit Board of Trade. 

Records of the Lords Commissioners for Trade and Plan- 
tations, 1719-42. 64 items. 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence and other documents primarily relating 
to Carolina, but also to Mississippi, Louisiana, Virginia, 
Florida, and the Bahamas. Includes information on trade 
with Indians (1740) and on the rice trade (1720) and letters 
(1720) of John Barnwell relating to garrisons on the 
frontier. 

Gift of W. R. Coe. 

MS63-289 
Heyward, Dn Bose, 1885-1940. 

Papers, 1880-1940. 10 ft 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

Author. Correspondence; literary MSS., and early typed 
versions of Heyward's novels, plays, poems, and screen- 
plays; business papers; material relating to Heyward's fam- 
ily of South Carolina; photos., and other papers. The 
letters are mostly from Heyward to Hervey Allen (1922-40) 
with a few from Dorothy Heyward (his wife) and include 
references to the Poetry Society of South Carolina arid to 



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Papers, 1880-1940. 



Heyward, Du Rose, 1885-1940 

(Continued) 

Charleston literary figures. Literary MSS. include Star 
spanglec virgin, Felix Hollister, Porgy (the novel), and 
f'orgy (the play), The Learner tragedy, Mamba's daughters, 
Angel, Brass ankle, and versions of Heyward's screenplays 
Emperor Jones, by Eugene O'Neill and The good earth, by 
Pearl S. Buck ^ 3 

Gift of Mrs. Heyward 



Mmes, Janus Gadsden, 1843-1926. MS 6 *" 29 ° 

Papers, 1774-1903. 65 items. 
In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

general of the ^United Confederate Veterans. Includes rec- 
ords of Confederate soldiers and sailors directed to the War 
Dept, notes .regarding the career of James Gadsden (1788- 
S 8 ^** °* shp swlings (1774-81). Correspondents 
imK. ^^ Jr -' Stephen MU Lee > «»* Be^anun 

Gift of the Holmes estate. 



Basot family. MS 63-291 

Bacot-Huger collection, 1754-1927. 6 ft 
In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 
In part, transcripts. 

Family, legal, and genealogical correspondence, business, 
l^gal, estate, and plantation papers, receipts, diaries, and 

wJSP""' f 1 ^ 7 rekting to ^ M^tae of Daniel 
Elliott Huger (1779-1854), Cooper River planter, Charles- 
ton lawyer, and U. S. Senator from South Carolina- of 
Thomas Wright Bacot (1765-1834), postmaster of Charles- 
ton and president of the Bank of South Carolina ; of Thomas 
Wright Bacot, Jr. (1795-1851), assistant postmaster; of 
Robert Dewar Bacot (1821-1903), Charleston commission 

m6 ^l * JSl c ? ttal1 broker ' ■"* °f Thomas Wright Bacot 
m (1849-1927) lawyer, Democratic Party leader, and South 
Carolina State legislator. Includes material on the board- 
ing school ofWilliam A. Muhlenberg, Flushing, L. L, Army 
life in the West (1843), refugees at Sotiat? Hill, S. C 
(1862-65), deep sea fishing, and the wholesale grocery busi* 
ness; addresses on local, legal, and business history; records 

^r^^ Fboaax F^ C^P^y Bnd the Phoenix 
Rifles .(1847-62) ; account book (1824) of a livery stable and 
saddW; account book (1824) of a book and stationery store: 
minute book of the Class of 1870, College of Charleston 

^ir^^ci 18 ? 7 -, 1902 ) of St Paai P' s Chapter of the^ 
tt^ * St Andrew. Other nam^s represented in- 
£ude D. Huger Bacot (1847-1920), Julius M. B^cot, Charles 
Burnham Cochran (1766-1833), Robert Cochran (1735- 
P*S.'«fS^3 Gibson, Julia Huger, Edward McCradt 
55 7% r^f 1 ^ 7 ' ?5 Ecbecca Motte ' ^ McCrady family 
and McCrady Sons & Bacot, a Charleston law firm. 
Lnformatjon on literary rights available in the repository. 

W M^955^7 Bn,Ckett ' ^ * B ^^ £ 



Johnson, John, 1829-1907. 

Papers, 1862-1906. ca. 30 items and 5 v. 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

Engineer, Confederate officer, and clergyman, of Charles- a 
ton, S. C. Correspondence, journal (July 20-Sept. 2, 1863) W 
and other papers chiefly relating to the defense of Fort 
Sumter, S. C, of which Johnson was the engineer in charge. 
Includes family correspondence (1862-64); scrapbook 
(1862-1906) containing letters, special orders, maps, dia- 
grams, memoranda, circulars, telegrams, lists of men in the 
Engineers Dept, and newspaper clippings; original MS of 
Johnson's book, The defense of Charleston harbor (1890) • 

i^^il 86 ^ 5 9) from P G - T - Beauregard concerning the* 
Mb. of The defense of Charleston harbor; order book (1863) 
and letter book (1864) of Stephen Elliott, Jr., commanding 
officer of Fort Sumter; copies of postwar addresses; and a 
copy with author's annotations and notes of a book written 
by Johnson's father, Dr. Joseph Johnson (1776-1862) en- 
titled Traditions and reminiscences chiefly of the American 
Revolution in the South (1851). 

Research access restricted. 

information on literary rights available in the library 

r ~ MS 63-293 

Laurens, Henry, 1724-1792. 

Papers, 1747-96. ca.6ft 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

South Carolina merchant planter, Revolutionary states- 
man, and diplomat ' Correspondence, journal of the Council 
of bafely, Army and Navy returns, and material rektine to 
transactions with the French minister, Indian affairs/the 
Revolution, commerce, and plantation affairs, and reflecting ft 
various aspects of colonial economic history. Correspond^ 
ents include John Adams, William Bell, John Ettwein, 
Benjamin Franklin, John Jay, John Laurens, William 
.Livingston, and George Washington. 
Gift of the Laurens family. 

Laurens, John, 1754-1782. MS 63-294 

Papers, 1775-81. 85 items. 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

Revolutionary soldier and Minister to France. Includes 
correspondence relating to Lauren's service as aide-de-camp 
to George Washington and to his mission to France. Cor- 
respondents include John Adams, Benjamin Franklin Alex 
ander Hamilton, and George Washington. ' 

Received from the Laurens family. 

Lee,Hutson. MS6S " 295 

Papers, 1858-65. 3 boxes. 
In South Carolina Historical Society collections 

n£°- 1 1 l™* 6 *?"? ^rtenaaster, of Charleston, S. C. 
Official letters and documents of Lee while a quartermaster 
including material concerning the "needs of sick soldiers," 

rBMT %o'S a -S^ 2 ° adverti *ments of auction sales of Ne- 
groes ( lo5o— 60 )» 

m 

M,«~ti. a j r, „ MS 63-296 ' 

Magratn, Andrew Gordon, 1813-1893. 

Duplicate correspondence books, 1864-65. 3 v 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

Jurist and Governor of South Carolina. Letter book, or- 
ders, and telegrams written by Magrath (during his term 
as Governor) to officials of the Confederate Government to 
Governors of the States, and to private citizens. 

Acquired from Mr. Campbell. 



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MS 63-297 
Manigault family. 

Papers, 1685-1873. 443 items and 5 v. 

In South Carolina. Historical Society collections. 

In part, transcripts. 

Personal and business correspondence, plantation records, 
and other papers of a South Carolina family, mainly of 
Peter Manigault (1731-1773), Gabriel Maniganlt (1758- 
1809), Charles Izard Maniganlt (1795-1874), and Gabriel 
E. Manigault (1833-1899). Earliest letter (1685), written 
by Judith Maniganlt after coming to this country, describes 
the earliest days in Charleston. Other papers include rec- 
ords (177&-1804) of weather observations, which began in 
Geneva, Switzerland and were concluded in Charleston, 
S. C. ; extracts from Ann Ashby Maniganlt's journal (1754- 
1881), copied by Gabriel E. Manigault; memorandum book 
(1861-73) pertaining to Silk Hope Plantation; papers relat- 
ing to the settlement of estate claims between Charles and 
Gabriel Henry Maniganlt by James Louis Petigru ; and 
other papers (1823-27) concerning the estate of Gabriel 
Maniganlt Correspondents include TJimtui Barnwell Hey- 
ward, Henrietta Heyward, Joseph Heyward, Ralph Izard, 
Elizabeth Heyward Manigault, Arthur Middleton, Charles 
Cotesworth Pinekney, and Benjamin Snead. 

Index in repository. 

Described in South Carolina historical and genealogical 
magazine, v. 45 (1944) p. 112-113. Six letters (1750-52) of 
Peter Manigault were published in South Carolina histori- 
cal and genealogical magazine, v. 15 (1914), and the diary 
of Ann Ashby Maniganlt was published in v. 20 (1919) and 
v.21(1920) 

Gifts from various sources; the bulk of the collection was 
obtained by Mabel L. Webeer, ca. 1900-60. 



MS63-298 
Mazyck, Arthur, 1850-1914. 

Papers, 1840-83. 105 items. 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

Resident of Charleston, S. C. Passport to Great Britain 
issued to William Lncas, payroll receipts for soldiers, certifi- 
cate for 40 acres of Rivers Plantation, papers (1875-77) 
relating to the Carolina Rifle Club, notes (1883) for a book 
on Charleston, and pictures of streets and parks. 

Described in South Carolina historical and genealogical 
magazine, v. 46 (1945) p. 173. 

Information of literary rights available in repository. 

Gift of Arabella S. Mazyck, 1944. 



MS63-299 
Middleton, Arthur, 1742-1787. 
Papers, 1767-83. 99 items. 
In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 
Revolutionary leader and State legislator. Correspond- 
ence and memoranda. The balk of the collection relates to 
^ public and military affairs in Charleston and Philadelphia. 
19 Includes personal letters and memoranda dealing primarily 
with notes on currency, the national debt, motions made in 
Congress, and naval and military affairs. Correspondents 
include Aedanus Burke, John Mathews, Charles Pinekney, 
and Edward Rutledge. 

50 items have been published in South Carolina historical 
and genealogical magazine. 
Unpublished calendar in repository. 
Acquired prior to 1925. 



MS 63-800 
O'Neill (Bernard) & Company, Charleston, S. C. 

Mercantile records, 1861-99. 9 ft 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

Ledgers, cashbobks, and letter books containing informa- 
tion on prices, freight charges, and condition of shipments 
of a wholesale dealer in food, tobacco, liquor, and household 
supplies. The customers named include the Confederate 
government, the Charleston City Alms House, factoring 
houses, corner grocery stores in Charleston, S. G, and whole- 
salers in other South Carolina towns. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift of the Thomas & Howard Company, 195L 

MS 63-301 
Poinsett, Joel Roberts, 1779-1851. 

Papers, 1806-47. 84 items. 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

Diplomat and statesman, of South Carolina. Corre- 
spondence (business and political, chiefly 1833-47), pass- 
ports, appointments of office, diploma and other papers re- 
lating to Poinsett's public career. Includes certificates of 
membership in the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 
Boston, certificate of election to the American Philosophical 
Society, the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 
and other learned societies. A number of documents bear 
the signatures of John Quincy Adams and Henry Clay. 

Gift in part, of Mrs. John D. H. Kane. 

MS6S-302 
Porcher, John Stoney, 1830 (ca.)-1916. 

Papers of John Stoney Porcher and allied families, 1771- 
1883. 88 items and 3 v. 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

Resident of Walworth Plantation, Upper St John's, 
Berkeley, S. C. Papers relating to the settlement of the 
Porcher, Couturier, and Gaillard estates, including that of 
General Francis Marion; miscellaneous papers relating to 
land; 3 v. of account books (1826-34) ; and a volume of 
microscopic studies attributed to Julius Theodore Porcher 
of St Julien's Plantation. 

Gift of the family of Capt Porcher, 1938. 

MS63-303 
Poppenheim, Christopher Pritchard. 

Papers, 1860-65. 200 items. 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

Confederate Army soldier, of Charleston, S. C. Corre- 
spondence between Poppenheim and his cousin (later his 
wife) Mary Elinor (Bouknight) Poppenheim of Edgefield 
District, S. C, during the Civil War when he was a member 
of Co. A, Hampton Legion. The letters describe the events 
of the Civil War and relate to the Peninsular Campaign 
from Yorktown, Fredericksburg, and Richmond, Va. Let- 
ters from his wife Mary concern domestic life at home and 
privations of the war. 

Gift of Louise Bouknight Poppenheim. 

MS 63-304 
Smith, Daniel Elliott Hoger, 1846-1932. 

Notebooks. ca.4ft 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

Cotton broker and historian, of Charleston, S. C. Note- 
books containing abstracts of wills and conveyances, and 
records of the ownership of many Charleston houses and 
low country plantations and of the development of streets 
and boroughs in Charleston. 128 families are treated at 
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Smith, Daniel Elliott Huger, 1846-1932. Notebooks. 

(Continued) 

were made at the Probate Court and the Mesne Conveyance 
Office in Charleston in preparation for the book -which 
Smith wrote with Alice Eavenel Huger Smith, entitled The 
dwelling houses of Charleston, S. C (1914). 
Index in the repository. 
Gift of Alice R Huger Smith, 1944. 



_ _ „ MS63-305 

Smith, Henry Augustus Middleton, 1853-1924, collector. 

Maps and plats, 1709-1913. 400 items. 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

Maps and plats of the low country of South Carolina, 
indexed by names and parishes. 

Index in repository. 

Gift 



_ .. , ■ MS63-306 

Smyth, James Adger, 6. 1837. 

Papers, 1861-64. 4 v. 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

Confederate soldier, merchant, and mayor of Charleston, 
S. C. Chiefly letters written by Smyth, a quartermaster 
sergeant of Co. A, 25th South Carolina Volunteers, to his 
wife giving a daily account of the movements of his com- 
pany from March through August 1864. 

Selections have been printed in Autobiographical notes, 
letters, and reflections by Thomas Smyth (1914). 

Gift of Mrs. John Bennett. 



„ _.,. . MS 63-307 

Smythe, Augustine Thomas, 1842-1914. 
Paperr,. 1853-1905. 3 boxes. 
In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 
Confederate soldier and lawyer of Charleston, S. C Civil 
War letters (1860-65) of Smythe, who served mainly around 
Charleston and Secessionville, S. C; political letters; and 
papers relating to the estate of Mrs. Louise McCord. 
Gift of Mrs. John Bennett. 



MS 63-308 
South Carolina Historical Society. 

Family account books, 1802-99. 18 v. 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

Account books (1802-13) of the family of John Ball, Sr. 
(1760-1817) , planter on the Cooper River, S. C. ; receipt book 
(1834-61) of Joseph Benjamin Hinson (1801-1822), planter 
of Stiles Point, James Island, S. C; and account boobs 
(1850-99) of the family of Thomas Smyth (1808-1873), Pres- 
byterian minister of Charleston, S. C, including household 
and personal expenses of his wife, Margaret Milligan Adger 
Smyth (1807-1884), his daughter, Sara Ann Smyth (1846- 
1928), and accounts of Mrs. Smyth and her nieces Jane Ann 
Adger and Susan D. Adger with James Adger & Company, 
a Charleston, S. C. mercantile firm. 

Gifts of Susan Smyth Bennett, Ami Simons Deas, Pauline 
Dill, and the estate of Sarah Ami Smyth, 1929-57. 



„ , MS63-808 

South Carolina Historical Society. 

Merchants' papers, 1764-1857. 92 items and 4 v. 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

Daybook (1704-66) of a Charleston, S. C. merchant: re- 
ceipt book (1784-87) of David Saylor (d. 1791), merchant of 
Charleston, S. C; merchant's book (1785-91) of Beaufort, 
S. C; correspondence and other papers (1791-1858) of John 
McRae, merchant of Camden, S. C; papers (1772-1847) of 
Frederick Fraser (1795-1852), a factor of Beaufort, S. C, 
including tax returns, letters on the purchase of glass from 
Europe, and correspondence of Charles Fraser, artist of 
Charleston, S. C; account book (1852-57) of a general store 
in Bluffton, S. C; and letters (1854-63) to Theodore Dehon 
Wagner (1813-1869), member of the firm of John Fraser & 
Company, Charleston commission merchants, illustrating the 
military and diplomatic importance of southern cotton trade 
with England, and giving information on Charleston-West 
Indian trade through the blockade. 

Gifts and purchases from various sources, 1917-61. 



MS68-810 
South Carolina Historical Society. 

Papers of South Carolina Militia units. 1798-1915. ca, 
2 ft. 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

Order books of the 30th Regt, 7th Brigade (1793-1814), 
of the German Artillery, 1st Regt. (1847-60) , of the Artillery 
Regt., South Carolina 4th Brigade (1822-28), and of the 
Washington Artillery (1845-46) ; records (1846) of the Pal- 
metto Regiment of Charleston in the Mexican War; records 
(1835-1915) of the Charleston Light Dragoons and its Aux- 
iliary; laboratory book (1794-1813) of John Maw, artillery 
man of Charleston, S. C. ; records (1875-77) of the Carolina* 
Rifle Club, a history of the Club (1869-82) compiled by one 
of its members, Rene Ravenel Jervey (1849-1897), and 21 
letters (1876) from George Smith Holmes to his fiancee 
Mary L. Burckmyer, chiefly concerned with the activities of 
the Carolina Rifle Club, of which he was a member. 

John Maw's laboratory book is described in South Caro- 
lina historical and genealogical magazine, v. 46 (1945) 
p. 106-107. 

Gifts, deposits, and purchase from various sources, 1911- 



MS 63-311 
South Carolina Historical Society. 

Records of South Carolina clubs and organizations, 1784- 
1964. ca. 17 ft 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Correspondence, minutes, treasurer's records, reports, 
membership records, scrapbooks, clippings, and other papers 
of the following organizations: Charleston Chamber of Com- 
merce, Charleston Civic Club, Charleston Preservation So- 
ciety (formerly the Society for the Preservation of Old 
Dwellings), Community Club of Charleston, Ladies Benevo- 
lent Society, Charleston, S. O, Ladies Memorial Associati«(|P 
(formerly Ladies' Association of Charleston for Commemo- 
rating the Confederate Dead), New England Society of 
Charleston, St Darid's Society, St David's Parish, S. C, 
St Thomas Hunting Club, Cooper River, S. C, South Caro- 
lina Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, 
Charleston, and several agricultural societies and jockey 
clubs in South Carolina. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gifts and deposits from various sources, 1916-61. 



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MS 63-312 
South Carolina Historical Society. 

South Carolina low- country land records, 1696-1854. ca. 
100 items and 3 v. 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 
l Correspondence, conveyances, deeds, indentures, grants, 

" surveys, plats, wills, and bills of sale of slaves. Includes 
documents (1696-1833) pertaining to Bull's Island; papers 
(1704-1801) relating to the attempt of James Child (d. 1720) 
to found a town on the Cooper River in 1707 and to the lands 
in its vicinity; notes on the Child family; plats of land in 
Craven, Colleton, and Berkeley counties, S. C. ; survey books 
(1851) of Charleston, S. C, and land papers collected by 
Bees Fraser and Malcolm Macbeth (b. 1865). 

Gifts, 1915^56. 

MS63-313 
Sooth Carolina Historical Society. 

South Carolina plantation papers, 1748-1914. ca. 2 ft 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

Plantation books, daybooks, timebooks, and journals of 
cotton and rice plantations on the Ashley, Cooper, Cumbahee 
and Peedee Rivers and in Middle St. John's, Berkeley; 
St. Mark's Parish, Orangeburg Co.; and Georgetown Co, 
S. C. Inclndes accounts, tax returns, lists of Negroes, house- 
hold inventories, records of supplies issued to Negroes, work 
performed, crop yields and sales, sales of livestock, machin- 
ery, and tools, and other miscellaneous information on plan- 
tation life. Names represented include John Ball, Jr. (1812- 
1834), Ebenezer Coffin (1765-1816), Thomas Aston Coffin, 
Gaillard family, Dr. Benjamin Huger (1793-1872), Mrs. 
Theodore Dehon Jervey, Henry Ravenel (1739-1785), 
Augustine Thomas Smythe (1842-1914), Dr. James Spark- 
man (1815-1897), and Daniel Cannon Webb (1817-1850). 
gfc\ In part described in South Carolina Historical and gene- 
alogical magazine, v. 7, p. 53; v. 45, p. 172; v. 46, p. 174-175, 
216-217; v. 48, p. 180, 232. Partial index in the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gifts from various sources, 1912-63. 

MS63-314 
Teague, B H collector. 

Colonial, Revolutionary, and Confederate documents, 
1760-1894. 86 items. 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

Miscellaneous collection of documents, letters, and news- 
paper clippings. Includes almanacs of the Revolutionary 
and Confederate periods; muster rolls of various South 
Carolina regiments; a letter (1863) from Brig. Gen. Rains 
to Jefferson Davis; letters of Amory Coffin and. the Rev. H. 
Fuller; autographs of Grover Cleveland, Robert E. Lee, and 
others; the town charter (1835) of Aiken, S. C. ; and a 19th- 
century copy of Sir Robert Heath's Patent (1629) to 
Carolina. 

Described in the South Carolina historical and genealogi- 
cal magazine, v. 47, no. 3 (July 1946) p. 177. 

Gift of Mr. Teague. 

v .. . „_ MS 63-315 

Tanderhorst family. 

& Papers, 1736-1910. 12 boxes. 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

Chiefly correspondence to and from numerous relatives of 
Adele (Allston) Vanderhorst (1842-1915), wife of Arnoldus 
Vanderhorst, and daughter of Robert Francis Withers All- 
ston (1801-1864) of South Carolina. Includes land convey- 
ances and reports on sales of rice and cotton. One box relates 
to plantation life and to social life in Charleston, S. C 

Gift of Frances Vanderhorst 



MS 63-316 
Waring and Hayne, Charleston, S. C. 
Records, 1778-1821. 89 items. 
In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 
Correspondence (with political content), bills of sale, 
receipts, and accounts of a firm of merchants. 
Gift of Dorothy Waring, 196L 



MS63-317 
Weston family. 

Papers, 1786-1869. 216 items. 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

Grants, deeds, mortgages, and other land papers relating 
to plantations in the Georgetown District of South Carolina, 
an the Peedee River. Includes rice plantation papers, bills 
of sale, lists of Negroes, and account sales of rice; papers 
(1830-47) relating to the settlement of Dr. Paul Weston's 
estate ; and bills (1848-65) pertaining to the furnishing of a 
house. 

Described in South Carolina historical and genealogical 
magazine, v. 45 (1944) p. 115. 

Gift of Francis Marion Weston. 



MS 63-318 
Yates, Elizabeth Ann, 1789-1868. 

Yates family letters, 1822-81. 198 items. 

In South Carolina Historical Society collections. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Correspondence, typewritten biography, and a typewritten 
description and genealogy of the Yates family. Most of the 
correspondence pertains to Mrs. Yates, who married Joseph 
Yates in 1802. Includes several letters from her son, two 
while he was in Charleston, S. C, and one while he was in 
Scotland. A number of letters relate to her son's operation 
in New York (1828) for a tumor of the clavicle, performed 
by Dr. Valentine Mott After 1837, most of the letters con- 
cern Mrs. Yates' daughter, Mary Amarintha Yates (1819- 
1883), wife of William Snowden. A biography describes 
Mrs. Snowden's social work during and after the Civil War, 
and her part in establishing the Confederate Home College 
in Charleston. 

Unpublished guide in repository. 

Gift of W. Harry Simons. 



MS 63-319 
American Historical Association. 

Records, 1884- 189 ft (ca._ 141,600 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Correspondence, handbooks, reports, abstracts of papers, 
finan cial papers, minutes of meetings, memoranda, copies of 
association pamphlets, photos., and related printed matter. 
Includes files of the secretary, the treasurer, the Executive 
Council, the Historical Service Board, the American his- 
torical review, and a subject file on such topics as the work 
of the Beveridge Committee, the LittLeton-Griswold Fund, 
the Dictionary of American biography, foreign archives, and 
the CJoinmittee on Historic Sites and Monuments. 

Unpublished register in the Library. - 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Gift of the association, 1929, 1931, 1938. 



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MS63-320 
Andersen, Hendrik Christian, 1872-1940. 

Papers, 1880-1940. 14 ft (4000 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

In part, transcripts. 

Author and sculptor. Correspondence, notes, diaries, 
plays, lectures, and poems of Andreas Andersen, Olivia 
(Cushing) Andersen, and Hendrik Christian Andersen. 
Includes copies of ca. 70 letters (1899-1915) from Henry 
James; a few letters from Mary Berenson; Hendrik's book, 
Creation of a world centre of communication (1913) ; and 
correspondence concerning the world center and the book 
with Ernest Hebrard, David Starr Jordan, Sun Yat-sen, 
and various U. S. and foreign government officials. 

Gift of Lucia Andersen, 1959, 1962. 

MS 63-321 
Atherton, Gertrude Franklin (Horn) 1857-1948. 

Papers, 1889-1943. 1 ft 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Author. Letters (1889-98) to Joseph Marshall Stoddart 
of Philadelphia, editor of Lippincott's magazine, and type- 
written and holograph MSS., with corrections, of three of 
Mrs. Atherton's novels: The horn of life, The golden pea- 
cock, and The jealous gods. 

Gift of Mrs. Atherton, 1943; purchase, 1946. 

„ „ ^ MS63-322 

Bailey, Orra B 

Letters, 1862-64. 75 items. 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
Union soldier from Connecticut Letters from Bailey to 
lis wife sent from several camps and a hospital, in South 
Carolina and Florida, and, in 1864, from Washington, D. C. 
The letters discuss family matters and camp experiences. 
Purchased from Felix Rappert, 1934. 

*»-. „ MS 63-323 

BaMerston, John Lloyd, 1889-1954. 

Papers, 1915-50. 1 ft (ca. 400 items) 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
Journalist and playwright Primarily correspondence 
with some telegrams and MSS. of speeches and radio scripts 
and dippings of Balderston's newspaper articles. The 
material exemplifies Balderston's career and associates and 
touches upon his work as correspondent as observer for the 
Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies and as 
organizer and conductor of the William Allen White Com- 
mittee News Service from Washington. Correspondents 
include Ulric Ball, Mrs. Aneurin Bevan (Jennie Lee), Mrs. 
H M. Harwood (Ffiniwyd Tennyson Jesse), Walter Lipp- 
mann, George Moore, Mrs. Bertrand Russell (Alys Smith), 
Logan Pearsall Smith, Julian L. Street, Clarence K. Streit 
and Raymond Gram Swing. 
Information on literary rights available in the Library 
Gift of Mrs. Balderston, 1954. 

„ , ^ MS63-324 

Bancker, Charles NicoD, d. 1869. 

Letters received, 1803-30. 217 items. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Merchant of Philadelphia. Letters to Bancker from vari- 
ous members of the Teackle family of Maryland, relating 
to family and business matters and discussing such social 
ana political events of the day as the rechartering of the 
United States Bank, the Embargo, the War of 1812, and 
the British Orders in Council. Most of the letters are from 
John Teackle, Jr. and his son Littleton Dennis Teackle. 

Purchased from Mrs. John Younger, 1940. 



„ m „. MS63-325 

Benson, William Shepherd, 1855-1932. 

Papers, ca. 1791-1941. 20 ft. (ca. 14,500 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Naval officer and public official. Correspondence, family^ 
papers, reports, dispatches, telegrams, memoranda, speeches, ■* 
maps, photos, and related printed matter (chiefly 1915-28), 
touching upon Benson's service as chief of naval operations, 
as member of the American War Commission appointed by 
President Wilson to confer with Allied Powers in Europe, 
as naval adviser to the American Commission to Negotiate 
Peace, as chairman and member of the U. S. Shipping 
Board, and as president of the National Council of Catholic 
Men. Correspondents include Admirals Philip Andrews, 
B. K. Belknap, W. H. G. Bullard, William B. Caperton, 
H. S. Knapp, A. P. Niblack, and William S. Sims; Generals 
Peyton C. March, John J. Pershing, and Hugh L. Scott; 
and Tasker Bliss, Michael J. Curley, Josephus Daniels, Dun- 
can U Fletcher, Guy D. Goff, Edward M. House, Edward 
N. Hurley, John LaFarge, Jr., Robert Lansing, A. D. Las- 
ker, James D. Pbelan , Franklin D. Roosevelt Joseph N. 
Teal, Benjamin R. Tillman, and Woodrow Wilson. 

Unpublished register in the Library. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
Library. 

Information on literary rights available in the Library. 

Deposited by Howard Hartwell James Benson, 1962. 



MS6S-826 
Blaine, James Gillespie, 1830-1893. 

Papers, 1850-93. 5 ft (550 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Statesman. Correspondence, including some drafts c£| 
Blaine's letters; drafts of speeches; drafts of State Dept 
dispatches, a number of which are to James Russell Lowell 
in London concerning the Isthmian Canal; the draft of 
Blaine's book, Twenty years in Congress; and a scrapbook 
of clippings relating primarily to the 1884 election. Most 
of the collection is political in nature, relating especially to 
the presidential elections of 1876, 1880, and 1884. Includes 
references to the "Mulligan letters" and several letters 
(1890-92) from Benjamin Harrison, concerning consular 
and diplomatic appointments and other matters. Corre- 
spondents include Chester A. Arthur, Stephen Benton 
Elkins, William Maxwell Evarts, James A. Garfield, Lucre- 
tia Rudolph Garfield, Ulysses S. Grant, John Hay, Ruther- 
ford B. Hayes, William McEnley, William Walter Phelps, 
Whitelaw Reid, Ellen Ewing Sherman, and William Tecum- 
sehSherman. 

Card index to correspondents in the Library. 

Gift of Blaine's daughters, Mrs. Walter Damrosch and 
Mrs. Truxtun Beale, 1935. 



MS 63-327 
Brinckle, John Rumsey, 1839-1910. 

Papers, 1859-1936. ca. 275 items. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Union Army officer, from Delaware. Chiefly letters 
(1861-65 ) from Brinckle, a lieutenant with the 5th Artillery, 
to his sister Anna, with some letters to other members of his 
family. The letters were sent from various places in Penn- 
sylvania, Virginia, Vermont, New York, and Florida. The 
Florida letters (1866-68) were mostly from Fort Barrancas 
and contain remarks on the yellow fever epidemic. 

Gift of Mrs. Julia Brinckle Rodney, 1939. 



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MS 63-328 
Brodhead, Daniel Dodge. 

Papers, 1821-53. ca. 2 ft (1300 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Naval agent and broker, of Boston. Correspondence, 
f| account book, bills, receipts, and other business records, 
™ chiefly relating to Brodhead's work as a naval agent (1821- 
37) and later as a broker in Boston. Correspondents include 
John A. Bates, Amos Binney, George H and John M. Brod- 
head, John de Bree, William T. Hanes, GardttierG. Hubbard, 
Obadiah Huse, William Leverett, Kufus G. Lewis, George 
W. Pinkerton, Alfred Redington, Alfred Rowe, Charles E. 
Thompson, and John H. Trowbridge. 

Gift of Miss E. Isabel Foster, 1989. 

MS 63-329 
Branson, Theodore B 

Letter book, 1863-65. 1 v. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Army officer, captain and provost marshal of the 6th Dis- 
trict of New York. Approximately 260 letters written hy 
Branson, mostly to other officers, concerning Ihe recruiting 
of soldiers, enlistment bounties, and desertion. 

Gift of Mrs. Bronson Toussaint, 1952. 

This number not used: MS 63-330 

MS 63-331 
Bynum, William Dallas, 1846-1927. 
Papers, 1894-1905. 500 items. 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
U. S. Representative from Indiana and national chairman 
of the National Democratic Party. Principally letters re- 
ceived and copies of letters sent in 1896 relating to "sound 
money democracy'' and the National Democratic Conven- 
(fe tion held in Indianapolis in that year. Correspondents in- 
clude Calvin Tompkins, Charles Tracey, Joseph E. Wash- 
ington, and Thomas A. Wilson. 
Gift of Dixon H. Bynum, 

MS63-332 
Cater, Douglas J 

Letters of Douglas J. and Rufus W. Cater, 1859-65. 60 
items. 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
Confederate soldiers, from Alabama. Letters to Mrs. 
Fannie S. Cater, written from the field, and reflecting the 
southern soldiers' view of Confederate military losses at the 
battles of Shiloh, Yicksburg, Atlanta, and Nashville, 
Purchased from Mrs. F. C. Swift, 1906. 

MS63-333 
Cathcart, James Leander, 1767-1843. 
Papers, 1785-1817. 300 items. 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
U. S. consul at Algiers, Cadiz, Madeira, Tripoli, and 
Tunis. Journals and letter books relating chiefly to his 
capture (1785) by Algerians, off Cape St. Vincent, while 
serving on the schooner Maria of Boston; his eleven-year 
captivity; and the successive offices he held while a prisoner, 
becoming chief Christian secretary to the Dey of Algiers 
(1792). Cathcart describes his role in the negotiations for 
^ the release of American prisoners and his efforts to effect 
W peace between United States and Algiers. The letter books 
relate to his later service as U. S. consul (1799-1817) and 
include correspondence with Joel Barlow, William Eaton, 
James Madison, John Marshall, James Monroe, Richard 
O'Brien, and Timothy Pickering. 

Portions of the journals published as The captives ( 1899 ) 
and selections from the letter books published as Tripoli ... 
letter-book (1901). 
Gift of Charles F. Cochran, 1921. 



MS 63-334 
Chandler, William Penn, i. 1820. 

Papers, 1854-56. 4 v. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Lawyer, editor, and consular officer. Letter book (con- 
taining ca. 130 letters) and 3 v. of a diary detailing Chan- 
dler's business and social affairs while he was American 
consul to the city and kingdom of Tunis. Includes refer- 
ences to the gift of the Bey of Tunis of two camels to the 
U. S. Army Transport Service and the work of David Dixon 
Porter and Henry C. Wayne to convey them safely to the 
17. S. Correspondents include Ahmed and Mohammed, 
Beys of Tunis, Sir and Lady Edward Barnes, Charles H 
Bell, Count Raffo (foreign minister of Tunis) , and William 
Winthrop (consul at Malta). 

Transferred from the State Dept, 1910. 



MS63-335 
Gapp family. 

Papers, 1796-1912. 4 ft (2100 items) _ 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Account books (1811-1911), estate and business papers, 
and a small amount of family correspondence relating to 
financial matters (1868-91) of the family of Asa Clapp 
<1762-1848), merchants of Maine. Includes genealogical 
records of the Clapp, Dearborn, Lee, and Woodbury fam- 
ilies, and several letters of Henry Dearborn. 

Gift of Gist Blair, 1934-36. 



MS63-3S6 

day, Henry. 1777-1852. 

Papers, 1770-1910. 7 ft. (4500 items) 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
Statesman. Principally correspondence (chiefly 1814-52) 
plus drafts of Clay's "despatches and instructions" as Secre- 
tary of State. The overwhelming subject of the collection is 
politics and the papers relate to nearly all phases of Clay's 
public career, including his service as commissioner at 
Ghent, his role in the presidential elections from the 1820's 
through the 1840's, and such subjects as the tariff, the United 
States Bank, slavery, public lands, and internal improve- 
ments. Correspondents include John Quincy Adams, Nicho- 
las-Biddle, Francis P. Blair, Francis Brooke, James Brown, 
Horace Greeley, William Henry Harrison, Christopher 
Hughes, the Marquis de Lafayette, John L. Lawrence, James 
Madison, James Monroe, Peter B. Porter, William B. Roch- 
ester, Richard Rush, John Sergeant, Thomas B. Stevenson, 
and Daniel Webster. 

Card index to correspondents in the Library. Also de- 
scribed in the Annual report of the Librarian of Congress 
(1924) p. 54-56. 

Gifts and purchase from T. J. Clay and others, 1899-1959 ; 
major portion, 1924. 



MS 63-337 
Curtis, Benjamin Robbins, 1809-1874. 

Papers, 1831-79. 450 items. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Lawyer, of Massachusetts and Associate Justice of the U. S. 
Supreme Court Principally correspondence, with several 
legal papers, mostly dealing with legal and judicial matters, 
occasionally touching upon politics. Includes a few papers 
concerning the Dred Scott case among which are the Roger 
B. Taney correspondence and a paper by Curtis entitled 



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(O^S? 3 ^ Robbil,s ' 1809-1874. Papers, 1831-79. 

Some observations on the above correspondence; and a num- 
ber of Curtis' letters to his uncle, George Ticknor, to Daniel 
Webster, and to "William W. Greenough. Other correspond- 
ents include Roger S. Baldwin, Charles H. Bell, John A. 
Campbell, George Ticknor Curtis, and Samuel Nelson. 

Card index to correspondents in the Library. 

Gift from Elizabeth S. Stevens, 1917; purchased from 
American Art Association and C. P. Greenough, 1920. 



This number not used: MS 63-338 



_ . T . MS 63-339 

Davis, Jefferson, 1808-1889. 

Papers, 1835-1913. ca. 630 items. 

In library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

In part, photocopies (negative) of transcripts typewritten 
by Nannie Mayes Crump in 1938. 

President of the Confederate States of America. Cor- 
respondence of Davis and his wife Varina (Howell) Davis; 
drafts of speeches; newspaper clippings of articles and let- 
ters by and about Davis and his home; notes of historian 
Nathaniel Wright Stephenson summarizing Davis' letters 
and writings printed in the Official record of the War of the 
Rebellion, 1S61-1864; and two drafts of military reports to 
Davis concerning the Battle of Monterey (1846) in the Mex- 
ican War. Davis' papers (chiefly 1851-60) relate primarily 
to Mississippi politics, to such pre-war national issues as a 
southern transcontinental railroad, admission of California 
as a State, and an independent southern nation, and to his 
capture. Principal correspondents of Davis include Amos B 
Corwine, Hamlet J. Harris, William Maynadier, Philip A. 
Roach, and Crafts J. Wright Mrs. Davis' papers (chiefly 
1889-1906) relate mainly to her husband's capture, to family 
and personal matters, and to the conversion of Beauvoir 
(Davis home) to a home for Confederate veterans. Her 
correspondents include Judge A. McC. Kimbrough, his wife, 
Mrs. Mary Hunter Southworth Kimbrough, Major William 
H Morgan, and Mrs. Martha Phillips. 

Transfer from Dept. of State, 1906 ; gift of Mrs. Nathaniel 
Wright Stephenson, 1936; purchase and gift from Nannie 
Mayes Crump, 1938; gift and purchase from various other 
sources, 1895-1952. 



-, , __ MS63-340 

Delano family. 

Papers, 1853-89. ca. 1 ft. (1540 items) 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
Correspondence (largely 1869) and photo, album of Co- 
lumbus Delano (1809-1896) U. S. Representative from Ohio 
and Secretary of the Interior, and his son John Sherman 
Delano, businessman. Relates to Ohio and national politics 
and patronage, the Republican Party, western lands, rail- 
road expansion, and personal and financial matters. A few 

wt£ te i2"£ °V bMn *- C^Pondents include Henry 
Ztlt n\f ' S ^° n Camer °". William E. Chandler 

Purchased from Mrs. Eleanor Delano Shealey, 1958. 



^ MS 63-341 

Draper, William Franklin, 1842-1910. 
Letters, 1861-1910. 120 items. 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
Soldier, businessman, inventor, statesman, and diplomat.. 
Letters (1861-63, 1910, and undated) by Draper to his famJI 
lly. Most of the letters were written 1862-63 while Draper 
was serving on Ro noke Island, at New Bern, N. C-, Fred- 
ericksburg, -Va. and Vicksburg, Miss., and in Kentucky and 



Gift of Princess Margaret D.Boncampagni, 1934. 

MS63-542 
Dunlop family. 

Papers, 1750-1930. 8 ft (5000 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript revision. 
_ Correspondence (general and family), genealogical mate- 
rial, financial, business and legal papers, MSS. of speeches, 
and related printed matter. The bulk of the collection is 
dated 1776-1878 and deals with the tobacco and grain busi- 
ness of James Dunlop i (1724-1790) and James Dunlop n 
(1755-1824) in Georgetown, D. G, New York City, and 
Glasgow, Scot and the law practice of Robert P. Dunlop 
(d. 1869) and his brother James Dunlop m (d 1881) law- 
yer and judge in the District of Columbia courts. Principal 
correspondents include Andrew and David Buchanan, James 
Campbell, Barbara Laird Dunlop, Francis Key Dunlop, 
Grace Dunlop, William Dunlop, Thomas Hyde, John and 
William Laird, William Nicholls, Henry Ritchie, James 
and William Robertson, Michael Wallace, and Hugh Wyllie. 

Unpublished finding aid in the Library. 

Purchased from James F. Dunlop, Jr., 1936. 

MS 63-343_ 
Dunne, Finley Peter, 1867-1936. |P 

Correspondence, 1889-1936. ca. 160 items. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Social and political commentator and humorist. Corre- 
spondence of publishers, editors, political figures, labor 
leaders and others concerning, for the most part, "Mr. 
Dooley" and his observations. Includes letters (1899-1908) 
from Theodore Roosevelt and letters (1920-24) from Harry 
M Daugherty. 

Deposited by Mrs. Dunne, 1940; converted to gift, 1942. 

MS6S-844 
Eld, Henry, 1814-1850. 

Letters, 1831-49. 250 items. 

In library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Naval officer. Letters (1838-39) from Eld to his parents 
in New Haven, Conn, while he was on the sloop Peacock and 
visiting islands in the Pacific as part of Commodore Charles 
Wilkes Pacific exploration squadron. Other letters were 
written for the most part while serving on other ships and 
also concern shipboard life, places visited, and personal 
matters. 

Purchased from Elizabeth Gessner, 1931. 

„ MS 63-345 

Ellis- Allan papers, 1795-1889. 134 ft. (80,000 items) M 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. ^ 

Correspondence (business and personal), journals, ledgers, 
daybooks, cashbooks, tobacco books, and other mercantile 
records of the firms of Ellis & Allan; Thomas and Charles 
Ellis ; Ellis and Sons ; and Thomas and Charles Ellis & Com- 
pany of Richmond, Va.^ general merchants, buyers and 
sellers of tobacco. Includes records of the counterpart firm 
in London, Allan and Ellis, as well as those of several sub- 
sidiary companies organized in Lynchburg and in Amherst 



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Ellis-Allan papers, 1795-1869. (Continued) 

Co., Va. for the baying and selling of tobacco; letters from 
Charles Ellis, Jr., a student at the University of Virginia 
in the 1830's, describing bis activities there; descriptive 
A , letters from his brother Thomas at the Military Academy at 
9- West Point; and papers (1830-50) of the James Kiver and 
Kanawha Company, which was chartered to build a canal 
from Richmond to West Virginia along the James River. 
Other correspondents include William Boiling, Archibald 
Cary, John H Cocke (of Bremo Plantation), Powhatan 
Ellis, Armistoad Gordon, Jesse Burton Harrison, Carter 
Page, John Randolph (of Roanoke), Thomas Mann Ran- 
dolph, mid St George Tucker. Among names found in ihe 
ledgers are those of Peter Francisco, James Monroe, Spencer 
Roane, and William Wickham. 
Unpublished register in the library. 
Purchased from the estate of Charles Ellis of Richmond, 
1901. 

MS 63-346 
Fessenden, William Pitt, 1806-1869. 

Papers, 1832-78. 2 ft (1000 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Lawyer, politician, and Cabinet officer. Correspondence, 
telegrams, newspaper clippings, and other related printed 
matter, reflecting Maine and national politics, abolitionism, 
operations of the Treasury Dept in 1864-65, financing of the 
Civil War, Reconstruction, and the impeachment of Andrew 
Johnson. Correspondents include Ehsha H. Allen, John 
Biraey, Gamaliel Bradford, John J. Cisco, Nathaniel Dale, 
Timothy Davis, Hamilton Fish, Alexander T. Gait R. M 
Griffin, Morris Ketchum, J. Lothrop, Hugh McCulloch, 
W. Marsh, Robert A Maxwell, H Freeman Morse, William 
Porter, John A. Stewart, George M Towle, Joseph A Ware 
4} and J. E. Williams. 

Card index in the Library. Also partially described in 
Handbook of manuscripts in the Library of Congress (1918) 
p. 117-118. 

Purchase, 1910-58. 

MS63-347 
Forbes, John Murray, 1771-1831. 

Papers, 1817-30. 200 items. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Lawyer and diplomat Letter book (1817-18) kept during 
the time Forbes was American consul residing at Hamburg 
and Copenhagen; and a house expense account book (1825- 
30)- The letters, all written from Copenhagen, relate to 
political matters, consular affairs, Forbes' difficulty in living 
on the pay he received, steam engines and steamboats, and 
financial and legal questions. Correspondents include John 
Quincy Adams, John Cuthbert, John Fisher, James Grant 
Forbes, William Lee, James Monroe, Charles Murray, and 
William Shaler. 

Purchased from Jane Abbott 1931. 



Franklin, William Buel, 1823-1903. 
Papers, 1861-65. 100 items. 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 



MS 63-348 



# Union Army officer. Chiefly letters, telegrams, and orders 
sent to General Franklin in 1862 when he was in command 



Of the vi Corps, Army of the Potomac and the "Left Grand 
Division" consisting of the i and vi Corps. The papers deal 
with Confederate and Union troop movements, wagon trains, 
and supplies for his men. Correspondents include Ambrose 
E. Burnside, John R. Kehly, George B. McClellan, Ran- 
dolph B. Marcy, George S. Ruggles, and William F. Smith. 
Purchased from Peter Lux & Son, 1904. 



MS63-349 
Gilbert, Cass, 1859-1934. 

Papers, 1844-1960. 11 ft (7800 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Architect Correspondence, diaries (1890-1934), speeches, 
articles, and poems (MS. and printed). Gilbert's letters 
(1885-1934) concern his architectural plans for the Wool- 
worth Building, the New York life Insurance Building and 
the Federal Courts Building in New York City, the U. S- 
Treasury Annex, the U. S. Chamber of Commerce Building, 
and the Supreme Court Building in Washington, D. C, and 
the State capital buildings in Minnesota, Arkansas, and 
West Virginia; and also reflect his interest in both national 
and international political affairs. Includes correspondence 
of Gilbert's wife, Julia Finch Gilbert, through 1944, and 
some family correspondence. Correspondents include Ed- 
win H Blashfield, Nicholas Murray Butler, Arthur Cope, 
Eenyon Cox, Daniel Chester French, Samuel Gilbert, Ed- 
ward M House, Jean Jules Jusserand, Charles Moore, Elihu 
Root M»d Aston Webb. 

Information on literary rights available in the Library. 

Deposited by Mrs. Walter A Bastedo, niece and exeeutrice 
of the estate of Emily Gilbert, 1962. Formerly owned by 
Emily Gilbert 



MS 68-350 
Gresham, Walter Quintin, 1832-1895. 

Papers, 1857-1930. 10 ft (12,000 items) 

In Library of Congress, Mnnuscript Division. 

Soldier, jurist, and statesman. Correspondence, telegrams, 
newspaper clippings, and other related printed matter. The 
bulk of the collection is composed of correspondence, chiefly 
after Gresham's appointment as Postmaster General in 1883. 
The earlier papers are mostly Gresham's letters to his wife 
TiUie (Matilda McGrain), written during the Civil War 
from camps near Paducah, Shiloh, Corinth, Memphis, Vicks- 
burg, Kennesaw Mountain, and other places. The remainder 
of the correspondence, including three letter books (1883- 
95), relates to Gresham's service as Postmaster General, 
Secretary of the Treasury, judge, and Secretary of State. 
Subjects mentioned include Indiana and national politics, 
appointments to positions as postmaster, the Louisiana lot- 
tery, judicial matters, the presidential elections of 1884 and 
1888, the Hawaiian question and the problem regarding 
pelagic sealing in the Bering Sea. Includes several letters 
from Gresham's son Otto, in which he discusses various 
events in which his father took part Correspondents in- 
clude Thomas F. Bayard, Erastus Brainerd, Benjamin Har- 
ris Brewster, Benjamin H Bristow, M. L Bundy, Noble C. 
Butler, Grover Cleveland, David Davis, Charles Denby, 
Thomas Drummond, Charles E. Dyer, Henry W- Elliott, 
John W. Foster, Robert S. Foster, John M Harlan, R M 
Kelley, E. B. Martindale, Joseph Medill, John Tyler Mor- 
gan, John Overmyer, Julian Pauncefote, James M. Scovil, 
Thomas C. Slaughter, David W. Voyles, Henry Watterson, 
Albert S. Willis, and J. H Woodard. 

Selective name index and unpublished register in the Li- 
brary. 
Gift of Otto Gresham, 1930-31. 



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„ MS63-351 

Hamilton, William, 1824-1896. 

Papers, 1838-96. 300 items. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Lawyer and Union soldier. Principally Hamilton's letters 
to his mother, Mrs. Hugh Hamilton, in Harrisburg, Pa. and 
to his brother, A. Boyd Hamilton, during Hamilton's service 
as a private in the Army of the Potomac (Company D, 2d 
Regt, Pennsylvania Reserves). The letters (1862-65) were 
sent from such places as Camp Pierpont, camps near Peters- 
burg, Va., Sharpsburg, Md. and Warrenton, Va, White Oaks 
Church, Fairfax Station, Va, Warrenton Junction, Va. and 
Bristoe Station, Va. and give accounts of battles and skir- 
mishes and living conditions of the soldiers. Includes letters 
(1838-55) of another brother, John, to Mrs. Hamilton from 
Texas where he had gone to live, discussing family matters 
and the difficulties of life in Texas. 

Purchase, 1934. 

_ , , MS 63-352 

Hammond, James Henry, 1807-1864. 

Papers, 1823-75. 10 ft (5000 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Governor of South Carolina and U. S. Senator. Corre- 
spondence, diaries, scrapbooks, account books, plantation 
manuals , and printed copies of Hammond's speeches, for the 
most part reflecting State and national politics in the three 
decades leading to the Civil War. Subjects mentioned are 
States* rights, slavery, State banks, the Southern Convention 
at Nashville, Tenn. in 1850, secession, nullification, and the 
tariff. Correspondents include A. P. Aldrich, Bert Alvord, 
Lewis M. Ayer, Jr., Ker Boyce, A. H Brisbane, Pierce M. 
Butler, John C. Calhoun, James L. Clark, John M. Felder, 
James Gadsden, James Hamilton, Isaac W. Hayne, Robert 
T. Hayne, Lawrence M. Keitt, George McDuffie, Angus Pat- 
terson, A. H. Pemberton, Francis W. Pickens, W. D. Porter, 
William C. Preston, Paul Quattlebaum, R Barnwell Rhett, 
William Gilmore Simms, William Henry Trescot, Ben 
Tucker, and James M. Walter. 

Card index to names of correspondents in the Library. 
Also partially described in Handbook of manuscripts in the 
Library of Congress ( 1918 ) p. 159-160. 

Purchased from James H Hammond, 1912 and from 
W. R. Benjamin, 1919. 



„ _,. , ' MS63-353 

Hardie, James Allen, 1823-1876. 
Papers, 1844-86. 345 items. 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
Army officer. Correspondence, reports, orders, memo- 
randa, financial papers, and printed matter. Most of the 
papers date from 1847-76 and relate primarily to Hardie's 
military service in the West, during the Civil War, and 
afterwards. Includes many letters from General William 
T. Sherman; the official envelopes which contained the order 
delivered by Hardie relieving General Hooker from com- 
mand of the Army of the Potomac and appointing General 
Meade in his place three days before the Battle of Gettys- 
burg; and a few letters relating to Hardie's connection with 
the controversy surrounding the execution of Mary E. Sur- 
ratt in 1865. Correspondents include Generals Orville E. 
Babcock, Ambrose Everett Burnside, Henry Wager Halleck, 
Rufus Ingolls, Randolph Barnes Marcy, Philip Henry Sher- 
idan, Edward Davis Townsend, John Ellis Wool, and George 
Wright; and Archbishop Martin John Spalding. 

Described in Handbook of manuscripts in the Library of 
Congress (1918) p. 161. 

Purchased from Mrs. Joseph C. Hardie, 1916. Collected 
by the seller's son, Joseph Culyer Hardie. 



MS 63-354 
Harding, Thomas Swann, 1890- 

Papers, 1921-59. ca.3ft. (1800 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Dept of Agriculture official, author, and editor. Chiefly 
letters from editors and publishers concerning publication^ 
of Harding's books and articles on literary and scientific 
matters. Includes a typescript of his unpublished work en- 
titled One hundred and ten years of Federal aid to agri- 
culture. Prominent correspondents include Frederick L. 
Allen, Walter C. Alvarez, Thurman Arnold, Richard M 
Boynton, V. F. Calverton, C. D. Darlington, Elmer Davis, 
Durant Drake, Milton S. Eisenhower, Henry Pratt Fair- 
child, H. Molleson Foster, Ossip Gabrilowitsch, Frederick 
S. Hammett, Waldemar Kaempffert, Lincoln MacVeagh, 
H. L. Mencken, Francis L Pollack, Vilhjalmur Stefansson, 
Tiffany Thayer, and Henshaw Ward. 

Information on literary rights available in the Library. 

Gift of Mr. Harding, 1962. 



MS 63-355 
Hatch, John Porter, 1822-1901. 

Papers, 1843-68. 150 items. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Army officer. Primarily letters (1847-63) from Hatch 
to his father, Moses Porter Hatch and to his sister Elizabeth 
Hatch relating to his military career under General Zachary 
Taylor in campaigns along the Rio Grande River (1645- 
46), as an officer of the 3d Regt. of Infantry, at the capture 
of Vera Cruz and Mexico City under General Winfield Scott 
in the Mounted Rifle Regiment, on recruiting duty in Clevi 
land, Ohio, his service in Oregon and California (1849-50| 
and particularly his service (1851-61) in the Indian cam- 
paigns against the Navajos and Gila Apaches in Texas and 
New Mexico. Ca. 20 letters concern Hatch's service as chief 
of cavalry of the v Army Corps under Gen. Nathaniel P. 
Banks in operations in the Shenandoah Valley (March- 
Aug. 1862). The letters concern personal affairs, military 
matters, civil-military relations, the countryside and its 
climate, and the hardships of frontier service with long 
separations from his wife, Adelaide Goldsmith Burckle 
Hatch. Includes a few special orders. 

Described in the Annual report of the Librarian of Con- 
gress for 1919, p. 40-41. 

Purchased from J. E. Spannuth, 1918, 1920. 



MS 63-356 
Hawks, Esther H 

Papers, 1856-67. 515 items. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Nurse, of Manchester, N. H. Correspondence and other 
papers relating to the activities of Mrs. Hawks and her hus- 
band Dr. J. Milton Hawks in caring for sick and woundM 
soldiers in various military hospitals during the Civil W 
and in establishing schools and distributing supplies 
throughout the South for the National Freedman's Relief 
Association. Most of the letters were written to Mrs. Hawks 
by wounded soldiers. Includes numerous letters from her 
husband and a few from Brigadier General Rufus Saxton, 
the military governor of the Dept of the South, and from 
A M e n M Lander, superintendent of women nurses. 

Purchase,, 1910. 



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MS63-357 
Hitchcock, Gilbert Monell, 1859-1934. 

Papers, 1910-35. 300 items. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 
A( U. S. Senator from Nebraska. Principally correspond- 

ence, together with a few drafts and typed copies of Hitch- 
cock's letters, memoranda, reports, and printed matter, cover- 
ing Hitchcock's service as U. S. Senator. The papers (1917- 
20) covering the time he was chairman of the Senate Com- 
mittee of Foreign Relations shed light on the relations be- 
tween President Woodrow Wilson and Congress, especially 
during the treaty fight in the Senate, 1919-20. Hitchcock's 
correspondence with the President, and at times with Mrs. 
Wilson who wrote on behalf of her husband, reveals the 
relationship between the two men. Other correspondents 
include Newton D. Baker, Robert Tensing, and William H 
Taft 

Gift of Mrs. Hitchcock, 1941-44; and purchase of a pho- 
tocopy of a printed speech from the Nebraska State His- 
torical Society. 

Library also has microfilm copies (negative and positive, 
lreel) 



MS 63-358 
Hoover, Irwin Hood, .1871-1933. 

Papers, 1909-33. ca.4ft (650 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Chief usher at the White House. Chiefly diaries and 
diary notes kept of Presidents and life in the White House 
from 1891-1933; together with a few pieces of correspond- 
ence and a number of notes addressed to Hoover. Many of 
the notes are from Woodrow Wilson, some relating to his 
wedding to Edith Boiling, and including an initialled "de- 
livery copy" of Wilson's message to Congress (Aug. 27, 
1913) j Includes a long memoir in the form of a continuing 
letter to Hoover's family written during his trip to France 
with Wilson in 1918-19. 

Source material for Hoover's book Forty-two years in 
the White House (1934), Also described in the Animal re- 
port of the Librarian of Congress, 1937, p. 31. 

Information on literary rights available in the Library. 

Gift of the Hoover estate, 1937. 



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MS 68-359 
Hughes, Hugh, d. 1804. 

Papers, 1768-1875. 1 ft. (ca. 795 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Army officer. Chiefly correspondence and daily notes re- 
lating to the gathering of supplies fov the Revolutionary 
Army, to the adoption of the Constitution of the U. S., and 
to the French Revolution. The principal correspondent is 
Timothy Pickering. Includes a few letters (1800-75) ad- 
dressed mainly to Mahlon and Philemon Dickerson. 

Partially described in Handbook of Manuscripts in the 
Library of Congress (1918) p. 172-173. 

Purchase, 1913-24. 

MS63-360 
Hunt, Henry Jackson, 1819-1889. 

Papers, 1841-1910. 6 ft (4500 items) 
In library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
Army officer. Correspondence, military papers, journal, 
memoranda, photos^ and related printed matter. The bulk 
of the material is dated 1862-89 and covers Hunt's career as 
chief of artillery, Army of the Potomac; military com- 
mander at Charleston and Atlanta (1875-80) ; commander, 
Dept of the South (1880-83) ; and governor of the Soldier's 



Home, Washington, D. C. (1885-89). General artillery 
operations and Hunt's plans for the reorganization of the 
artillery are touched upon. Nearly half of the correspond- 
ence is between Hunt and Thomas T. Gantt of St. Louis and 
consists of wartime reminiscences, and discussions of current 
military and national affairs. Other correspondents include 
William F. Barry, Carl Berlin, John N. Craig, Patrick Hart, 
Andrew A Humphreys, George B. McCleDan, George G. 
Meade, William T. Sherman, John C. TidbalL Edward 
Davis Townsend, and Jonathan Mayhew Wainwright (naval 
officer). 

Unpublished register in the Library. 

Gift of J. Conway Hunt, 1962. 



MS 63-361 
Johnson, Adelaide, 1859-1955. 

Papers, 1875-1947. 40 ft. (30,000 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Sculptor and suffragist. Correspondence, diaries, speeches, 
articles, and miscellaneous notes concerning Miss Johnson's 
life and activities as sculptor and feminist. Most promi- 
nently covered of her works is the monument to Susan B. 
Anthony, Lucretia Mott and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, now 
located in the crypt of the U. S. Capitol. Includes records 
kept of sittings by Miss Anthony, John Burroughs, Ella. 
Wheeler Wilcox and others of whom Miss Johnson created 
portrait busts. Correspondents include Susan B. Anthony, 
Arthur Brisbane, Ida Husted Harper, Emmaline Pankhurst, 
Alice Paul, May Wright Sewall and Emma Cecilia Thursby. 

Gift of Mrs. Philip N. Crista!, 1962. 



MS 63-362 
Johnson, Richard Mentor, 1781-1850. 

Papers, 1808-47. 160 items. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

TJ. S. Vice-President Principally correspondence con- 
cerning financial and banking matters, with some items re- 
lating to politics and discussions of various measures before 
the U. S. Congress. Correspondents include Toler Cash, 
Henry Clay, M. T. Scott, Richard Smith, and Major John 
Tilford. 

Purchased from various sources, 1909-45. 

MS6S-36S 
Jackson, Andrew, Pret. V. S., 1767-1845. 

Papers, 1775-1860. 45 ft (ca. 26,370 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Correspondence, military papers, and other papers reflect- 
ing most phases of Jackson's career. The bulk of the papers 
are dated 1785-1845. Correspondents include Francis F. 
Blair, Robert Butler, John C. Calhoun, Richard K. Call, 
William C. C. Claiborne, John Coffee, Alexander J. Dallas, 
John H Eaton, John Forsyth, Edmund P. Gaines, Felis 
Grundy, Robert T. Hayne, Amos Kendall, Henry Lse, 
James Monroe, James K. Paulding, Franklin Pierce, James 
EL Polk, John Randolph of Roanoke, John Sevier, Roger B. 
Taney, and Levi Woodbury. Letters from Martin Van 
Buren to Jackson are in the Library's Martin Van Buren 
collection. . . 

Index of correspondents in preparation for publication. 
Also described in Handbook of manuscripts in the library 
of Congress (1918) p. 180-181 and in Correspondence of 
Andrew Jackson, edited by John S. Basset* (1926-1985). 

Gift of Woodbury Blair, Minna Blair Richey, Gist Blair, 
and Montgomery Blair, 1903; purchase, 1911; other items 
acquired, 1901-57. 

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Johnson, William Samuel, 1727-1819. 

Papers, 1745-90. 65 items. 

In library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Statesman and jurist Mainly drafts of Johnson's first 
and second Connecticut addresses (1765) to King George m, 
and drafts and copies of documents prepared during his 
service in the Stamp Act Congress, the Continental Con- 
gress, and the Federal Convention of 1787; together with a 
few letters Johnson received. Correspondents include Roger 
Alden, Montfort Browne, John Fitch, Samuel Huntington, 
and Christopher Leffingwell. 

Described in Handbook of manuscripts in the library of 
Congress (1918) p. 187-189. 

Gift of the Johnson family: Mrs. Susan E. Johnson Hud- 
son, Mrs. William Henry Carmalt, and William Samuel 
Johnson, 1911, 1913. 

_ „ „ MS 63-366 

Klyce, Seudder, 1879-1933. 

Papers, 1911-33. ca. 7 ft. (4800 items) 

In library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Author and naval officer. Correspondence, drafts of pub- 
lished and unpublished articles, and a typescript of Klyce's 
T)ook, Universe. Relates to his ideas on logic, philosophy, 
religion, mathematics and psychology. Correspondents in- 
clude Robert Daniel Carmichael, James McKeen CattelL 
Clarence Day, John Dewey, Waldo Frank, Dorothy Can- 
field Fisher, David Starr Jordan, Robert Andrews Taylor, 
Theodore William Richards, William Emerson Ritter, and 
Upton Sinclair. 

Unpublished register in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Rlyce, 1933. 

t ■ i. a «. MS 63-366 

lamb, Anthony. 

Papers, 1779-1862. 125 items. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Army officer and deputy quartermaster. Correspondence 
and orders (chiefly 1812-17) concerning the acquisition of 
muskets, tents, knapsacks, medical supplies and the building 
of barracks, bateaux, scows and yawls, addressed to Lamb at 
Albany, N. Y. Includes a few papers (before 1800) of Gen- 
eral John Lamb, among which are letters from Aaron Burr. 
Important correspondents include DeWitt Clinton, Henry 
Dearborn, William Eustis, Morgan Lewis, and Daniel D. 
Tompkins. 

Purchased from Mrs. V. S. Denny, 193L 



T ^ ,_ ' MS 63-367 

Latrobe, Benjamin Henry. 1764-1820. 

Papers, 1803-17. ca. 400 items. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

In part, transcripts and photocopies (positive) 

Architect and engineer. Principally letters (ca. 150) 
from Latrobe to John Lenthall, clerk of the works of the 
U S. Capitol, concerning the construction of the Capitol 
building in Washington. These letters (1803-1808), fre- 
quently illustrated with sketches and plans, were written in 
Philadelphia, Newcastle, DeL, Wilmington, Del., or Iron- 
hill, Md. (near Elkton) and conveyed Latrobe's instructions 
to Lenthall on details of the construction. Includes several 
notes and memoranda to Lenthall from Thomas Jefferson 
concerning construction; a few of Lenthall's letters to La- 
trobe; and two volumes containing copies of some of the 
above correspondence plus other pieces concerning the Capi- 
tol building. A majority of the copies are Latrobe's letters 
to Lenthall but there are copies of several letters to Thomas 
Jefferson and John Marshall 



Partial list of letters in the Library. Also described in 
Handbook of manuscripts in the library of Congress (1918) 
p. 217 and in the Library's Quarterly journal of current 
acquisitions, v. 1, no. 2 (Oct-Dec. 1953) p. 9-17. 

Purchased from Parke-Bernet, 1944; acquired from vari-^ 
ous sources, 1904-44. Formerly owned by Hamilton Abert W 

MSea-388 

Lay, George Washington, 1798-1860. 

Papers, 1832-79. 140 items. 

In library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Lawyer, U. S. Representative from New York, and diplo- 
mat. Principally letters received (1832-46)- In part, they 
reflect Lay's participation in national and New York State 
Whig politics and his activities and interests while serving 
as charge d'affaires to Sweden (1842-45). Includes four let- 
ters from Daniel Webster and letters from the poet Grenville 
Mellen and Sir John Ross, the Arctic explorer. Other prin- 
cipal correspondents include Governor Nehemiah R. Knight 
of Rhode Island and General Wrnfield Scott. 

Deposited by Mrs. Lewis H. Crafts, 1958, converted to gift, 
1960 ; and gift from Mrs. Crafts, 1962. 

MS 63-369 
Leslie Woman Suffrage Commission. 

Records, 1911-18. 1200 items. 

In library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Correspondence, typewritten copies of circular letters, 
press releases, articles, and reports, written by Ida (Husted) 
Harper (1851-1931) in her capacity as chairman of the 
Dept. of Editorial Correspondence of the Leslie Woman 
Suffrage Commission, The bulk of the collection consists of 
copies of letters sent (1916-18) and covers many phases of 
the women's suffrage movement. 

Gift of Mrs. Harper, 1926. % 

MS 63-370 
Lieber, Francis, 1800-1872. 

Papers, 1841-72. 250 items. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Educator, political scientist, and publicist Principally 
Lieber's letters to his friend, Samuel B. Ruggles, trustee of 
Columbia College, relating to lieber's writings (particu- 
larly his work on political ethics), history, political theory, 
politics, abolitionism, education, free trade, and his resigna- 
tion from South Carolina College. Includes a few of 
lieber's letters to Joseph Boyd, Benson J. Lossing, and 
Francis Markoe. 
Purchased 1913-52. 

MS63-871 
Logan family. 

Papers, 1847-1923. 61 ft (46,000 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Correspondence, legal and military papers, drafts of 
speeches, articles and books, scrapbooks, maps, memorabilia, 
photos., and printed matter, chiefly 1860-1917. Most of the 
material concerns John Alexander Logan (1826-1886) Union 
Army officer and U. S. Representative and Senator from 
Illinois and his wife Mary Simmerson (Cunningham) 
Logan (1838-1923), an author, and relates to the military, 
political, and social history of the Civil War and post-wtflL 
period. Subjects mentioned include Reconstruction, the im^ 
peachment of Andrew Johnson, the presidential campaigns 
of 1880 and 1884, Memorial Day, the Grand Army of the 
Republic, the Society of the Army of the Tennessee, the 
Belgian Relief Fund, the World's Columbian Exposition, 
the American Red Cross, and women's suffrage. Papers of 
other family members include John Alexander Logan, Jr., 
George E. Tucker, and Mary Logan Tucker. Principal 



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Logan family. Papers, 1847-1923. (Continued) 

correspondents include Clara Barton, William Jennings 
Bryan, George B. Cortelyou, Grenville Dodge, Ulysses S. 
Grant, Robert T. Lincoln, John Sherman, and William T. 
j| Sherman. 

™ Unpublished register in the Library. 

Deposited by Mary Logan Tucker and John A. Logan, m, 
1925, 1931, and 1941 ; converted to gift by John A. Logan, m, 
1952. 

MS63-372 
Mabie, Hamilton Wright, 1846-1916. 
Papers. 1882-1914. 125 items. 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
Author, editor, and critic. Principally Mabie's corre- 
spondence as editor on the staff of the Christian union 
(which became the Outlook in 1893) , written by literary and 
political figures concerning literary matters, relations with 
Japan and the European crisis of 1914. Important corre- 
spondents include Thomas Bailey Aldrich, John Burroughs, 
William Dean Howells, J. J. Jusserand, Theodore Roosevelt, 
Edmund C. Stedman, Henry Van Dyke, and Owen Wister. 
Gift of Helen R. Mabie, 1943. 

MS 63-373 
Mangum, WiDie Person, 1792-186L 

Papers, 1771-1906. 7 ft. (ca. 5000 items) 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
Judge, U. S. Senator, and Representative from North 
Carolina. Correspondence, diaries, speeches, legal papers, 
memoranda, genealogical notes, bilk, receipts, and printed 
material, concerning local, southern, and national politics, 
the Whig Party in the South, the Mangum plantation, edu- 
cation of the Mimgirm children, and economic and social con- 
ditions in North Carolina. Includes business papers of 
Arthur Mangum (Mangum's grandfather), Priestly Hinton 
j£ Mangum (1795-1850, Mangum's brother), Priestly Hinton 

Mangum, Jr. (b. 1829, agriculturist of North Carolina), and 
Willie Person Mangum (1827-1881, Mangum's nephew, con- 
sul to China and Japan) ; as well as correspondence of Man- 
gum with his wife, Charity Alston Cain Mangum ; her corre- 
spondence with various members of the Mangum and Cain 
families; and genealogical and biographical material com- 
piled by Stephen B. Weeks. Correspondents include George 
E. Badger, James Brown (British businessman), Anson Bur- 
lingame, Hutchnis G. Burton, William Cain, Paul Came- 
ron, John Chavis, Weston R. Gales, William Gaston, Robert 
B. Gilliam, William A Graham, William H Haywood, Jr., 
Charles L. Hinton, James Iredell, Reverdy Johnson, Frede- 
rick Nash, Romulus M Saunders, George F. Seward, Wil- 
liam H Seward, Robert W. Shufeldt, Samuel L. Southard, 
Edward Stanly, David L. Swain, Hugh WaddeU, James 
Watson Webb, Daniel Webster, Thurlow Weed, and Lewis 
Williams. 

Much of the collection, with Mangum papers from other 
repositories, was published in the Papers of Willie Person 
Mangum, edited by H T. Shanks, 1950-56. 

Purchased from Sallie Mangum Leach Weeks, 1919; from 
Miss Preston Weeks, 1957. 

MS 63-374 
McCuIloch, Hugh, 1808-1895. 
Papers, 1855-94. 600 items. 
aJtt In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

" Banker, financier, Comptroller of the Currency, and Sec- 

retary of the Treasury. Primarily correspondence with some 
speeches, reports, and other related material, chiefly 1863- 
69, and mostly dealing with McCulloch's career as a banker 
and financier, as Comptroller of the Currency (1863-65), 
and as Secretary of the Treasury (1865-69 and 1884-85), 
Subjects mentioned include finance, currency, the reduction 
of the national debt, the tariff, Reconstruction, enfranchise- 



ment of Negroes, and politics. Correspondents include Ed- 
ward Atkinson, James Gillespie Blaine, George Sewall 
Boutwell, William Eaton Chandler, Salmon Portland Chase, 
Schuyler Colfax, Samuel Sullivan Cox, William Pitt Fes- 
senden, J. M Forbes, William Gray, Morris Ketchum, 
Joseph MedilL John Sherman, John Aikman Stewart, 
Charles Sumner, and Robert Charles Winthrop. 

Described in Handbook of the manuscripts in the Library 
of Congress (1918) p. 235-236. 

Deposited by Louise McCuIloch Yale, 1913; later con- 
verted to gift. 



MS 63-375 
Madison, James, Pre*. V. 8., 1751-1836. 

Papers, 1723-1859. 27 ft (ca. 11,550 items) 

In library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

In part, transcripts. 

Correspondence, memoranda, autobiography, notes of 
debates in the Continental Congress (1776) and the Federal 
Convention (1787), and related material, largely 1771-1836. 
Correspondents include Jaquelin Ambler, James Barbour, 
Joel Barlow, William H. Crawford, Henry Dearborn, Albert 
Gallatin, Elbridge Gerry, Alexander Hamilton, Thomas 
Jefferson, Rufus King, Henry Lee, James Monroe, Edmund 
Pendleton, Edmund Randolph, Caesar A Rodney, Richard 
Rush, Nicholas P. Trist, George Washington, and Alexander 
White. 

Index published by the Library of Congress. Also de- 
scribed in Handbook of manuscripts in the Library of Con- 
gress (1918) p. 238-240; in U. S. Bureau of Rolls and 
Library, Bulletin no. 4: Calendar of the correspondence of 
James Madison (1894) ; and in The papers of James Madi- 
son, edited by William T. Hutchinson and William M E. 
Rachal (1962- ). 

Purchased from Madison's estate, 1836 and 1848 and 
transferred from Dept of State, 1905 ; purchased from the 
Chicago Historical Society, 1910; and various accessions, 

1901-60. 
Library also has microfilm copy (negative) 



MS 63-376 
Manning, Daniel, 1831-1887. 

Papers, 1885-1921. 2 ft (900 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Journalist, financier, and Secretary of the Treasury. 
Largely letters received by Manning and his wife, Mary 
Margaretta (Fryer) Manning. Mrs. Manning's papers in- 
clude a small number of letters from Mrs. Grover Cleveland 
and two volumes of letters and signed printed acknowledge- 
ments (1905-06) of the Report of the Board of Lady Man- 
agers of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904. Man- 
ning's correspondence (1885-87) relates to New York 
politics, patronage, Manton Marble's confidential bimetallic 
mission, and routine Cabinet affairs. Correspondents in- 
clude Thomas F. Bayard, William C. Endicott, Lucius Q- C. 
Lamar, Daniel S. LamOnt, William F. Vilas, and William C. 
Whitney. Grover Cleveland's letters to Manning have been 
placed with the Library's collection of Grover Cleveland 
papers. _ . 

Described in the Annual report of the librarian of Con- 
gress (1930) p. 68. 

Gift of Mrs. Manning's estate, 1930. 



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m-j.1 » + MS 68-377 

Marble, Manton, 1834-1917. 

Papers, 1852-1916. 20 ft. (14,000 items) 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
Journalist. Correspondence, telegrams, drafts of tele- 
grams, letters and articles on bimetallism, and drafts of 
Democratic Party policy statements, chiefly relating to 
Marble s career as editor and owner of the New York world 
and his role in New York State and national Democratic 
Party pontics in the period between the beginning of the 
Cml War and the close of the 19th century. Includes 
papers relating to Marble's efforts on behalf of bimetallism 
inthe U.S. and his mission to Europe in 1885 as President 
Grover Cleveland's representative to sound out European 
governments on the subject Principal correspondents in- 
clude bamuel Green Arnold, Samuel Latham Mitchell Bar- 
low, nomas F. Bayard, August Belmont, William H. Bo- 
gart, Henry Cernuschi, Samuel Sullivan Cox, D. Goodman 
Croly, George Ticknor Curtis, Charles A. Dana, James B. 
Doolittle, John Fiske, William Henry Hurlbert, Eeverdy 
Johnson, Michael Crawford Kerr, Joseph Medill, Fitz John 
Porter, John F. Eathbone, Horatio Seymour, Herbert 
Spencer, Eichard Henry Stoddard, Samuel J. Tilden, Cle- 
ment L. Vallandighain, Henry Watterson, and Horace 
White. 

^ Card index of correspondents and unpublished register in 
the Library. ^ 

Gift of Delia Marble and Lady Katrina Conway, 1981.. 



Maury, Matthew Fontaine, 1806-1873 

Papers, 1825-1927. 15 ft (14,350 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Naval officer and oceanographer. Correspondence, diaries, 
notebooks, electrical experiment book, journals, charts, 
drafts and printed copies of speeches and articles, related 
printed matter, and proofs of Maury's unpublished work, 
Astronomy. Covers his naval career, his work as superin- 
tendent of the Depot of Charts and Instruments of the 
JNavy Dept and as superintendent of the combined U. S 
Naval Observatory and Hydrographic Office, his scientific 
activities and interests, his service as a special agent of the 
Confederacy in England during the Civil War, and his 
later efforts to establish a colony of Americans in Mexico. 
Some of the subjects mentioned are torpedoes and mines, 
meteorology, colonization of Mexico by former Confeder- 
ates, physical geography of Virginia, and oceanography. 
Includes papers of Professor Charles Alphonso Smith re- 
garding Maury, composed of clippings and notes on Maury 
and correspondence about him with his daughter Mary 
(Maury) Werth and others; and a typescript of a life of 
Maury by Catherine Cate Coblentz. Correspondents in- 
clude William M. Blackford, William C. Hasbrouck, 
Nathaniel Holmes, Admiral Jansen (Privy counsellor to 
theTGng of Holland), Ann H Maury, Mary H. Maury, 
Eichard L Maury, Butson Maury, Franklin Minor, Em- 
peror Maximilian of Mexico, Bishop James Hervey Otey, 
Francis Henney Smith, and F. W. Tremlett 

Unpublished register in the Library. Also described in 
Handbook of manuscripts in the Library of Congress ( 19181 
p. 255-256. 

Gift of Mrs. James R Werth and Mrs. Bose E. Maury, 
1912-29; a few items received from various other sources. 
1913-26. 



MS 63-379 
Maynard, Edward, 1813-1891. 

Papers, 1845-58. 150 items. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Dental surgeon and inventor. Correspondence and legal A 
papers relating to Maynard's invention of a percussion »* 
primer (known as the Maynard tape primer), his patent of 
it in 1845, and his efforts, plus those of his partners, Thomas 
L. Smith and Joseph Washington Tyson, to get firearms 
manufactured utilizing the primer. Some correspondence 
relates to his improvements in the breech-loading rifle and 
the sale of his patent rights. Important correspondents in- 
clude Timothy W. Carter (agent of the Massachusetts Arms 
Company), George Mackay, Edward Eiddle, Thomas L. 
Smith, and Joseph Washington Tyson. 

Gift of Edward Stuart, 1934. 

„ . „ , MS63-380 

Meigs, Montgomery Cunningham, 1816-1892 
Papers, 1849-92. 7 ft (3800 items) 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
Quartermaster general, engineer, architect, and scientist, 
of Washington, D. C. Correspondence, pocket diaries 
(1850-72), diary notebooks (1868-86), drawing and sketch- 
books, memoranda books (1863-64), personal account 
ledgers, journals, photo, albums, and maps (ca. 1864). In- 
cludes material on the Civil War, on the Pensions Office 
building (1882-91), on Meig^ trip to Europe in 1875 to 
observe German Army maneuvers, and on the construction 
of the Washington Aqueduct, Bock Creek and Cabin John 
bridges, and work on the wings and dome of the Capitol, 
which was supervised by Meigs as a captain in the U. S. 
Engineers prior to the Civil War. Some of the notations 
ore in shorthand. 
Unpublished register in the Library. Jk 

Gifts, 1920-62. ~ 

„ _ „" v MS 63-381 

Monckton, Robert, 1726-1782. 

Papers, 1754-63. ca. 50 items. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

British Army officer, Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia, 
and colonial Governor of New York. Letters received by 
Monckton during the period in which he was Lieutenant 
Governor of Annapolis Eoyal and of Nova Scotia, in com- 
mand of troops at Philadelphia (1760) and Governor of 
New York. The material (1754-55 and 1760-63) concerns 
the expulsion of the Acadians from Nova Scotia after the 
successful British expedition against the French forts at 
Beasejour and Gaspereau, and military affairs in New York 
and Virginia. Principal correspondents include Sir Jeffery 
Amherst (commander in chief, British Army in America), 
Francis Fauquier (Lt Gov. of Virginia), and Charles 
Lawrence (Gov. of Nova Scotia). 

Calendared in the List of the Vernon- Wager manuscripts 
in the Library of Congress (1904) p. 113-12L 

Purchased with the Peter Force collection, 1867. For- 
merly owned by George Chalmers. 

MS 63-382 
Moon, John Austin, 1855-192L 

Papers, 1860-1921. 3 ft (50 items) ^ Qf 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. ^ 
Lawyer, judge, and U. S. Bepresentative from Chatta- 
nooga, Term. Correspondence, law notes, accounts, and 12 
scrapbooks of newspaper clippings spanning the years 1872- 
1921 when Moon was a law student, the junior member of 
the law firm of Dodson & Moon, Chattanooga, Tenn. (1874- 
81), city attorney, State Circuit Court judge (1891-97), 
and U. S. Bepresentative (1897-1921). The scrapbooks con- 



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Morai, John Austin, 1855-1921. Papers, 1860-1921. 

(Continued) 

tain clippings relating to Moon's political campaigns, to his 
activities as a member in the House Post Office Committee 
where he was particularly concerned with passage of the 
parcel post laws, and to his interests in Tennessee River 
Valley public works, Federal aid in construction of public 
roads, the framing of the organic law of Hawaii, and legis- 
lation governing other territories. Includes a daybook and 
ledger (1860-62) of Moon's grandfather, Austin M. Ap- 
pling, merchant of Bristol, Va., ca. 20 letters from persons 
living in Indian Territory in support of the Moon bill 
for representation, and ca. 20 letters of condolence and 
memorials at Moon's death. 
Gift of Anna Mary Moon, 1936, 1948. 



MS 63-583 
Moore, Joseph Arthur, 1879-1937. 

Papers, 1915-27. 3 ft. (2000 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Publisher. Principally correspondence, telegrams and 
memoranda between Moore and William Randolph Hearst 
concerning newspaper operations and policy, local and 
national politics and Hearst's magazine and motion picture 
interests. Includes some correspondence with Arthur Bris- 
bane, Robert W. Chambers, Millicent (Willson) Hearst 
(Mrs. William Randolph Hearst) , and Ray Long. 

Gift of Joseph A. Moore, Jr., 1955. 



MS63-384 
Newcomb, Simon, 1835-1909. 

Papers, 1854-1936. 62 ft. (46,200 items) 

f| In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

™ Astronomer, mathematician, and economist. Correspond- 

ence, diaries, commonplace books, drafts of speeches, articles, 
reviews and books, financial papers, genealogical papers, 
charts, tables, computations, photos^ and printed matter, 
chiefly 1865-1909, reflecting Newcomb's personal and family 
life, his work in mathematics and astronomy, his writing 
of articles for encyclopedias and other publications, and his 
work as president of the International Congress of Arts 
and Sciences. Principal correspondents include bis wife 
Mary Hassler Newcomb, and Edward E. Barnard, Alex- 
ander Graham Bell, Lewis Boss, Sherburne W. Burnham, 
William W. Campbell, James McKeen Cattell, George 
Davidson, Sir David Gill, Daniel C. Gilham, Benjamin A. 
Gould, George E. Hale, Asaph Hall, George W. Hill, Ed- 
ward S. Holden, Samuel P. Langley, Othniel Charles 
Marsh, Benjamin Pierce, Edward C. Pickering, Thomas 
Jefferson Jackson See, Otto Strove, Charles D. Walcott, 
and Carroll D. Wright 

Described in Handbook of manuscripts in the Library of 
Congress (1918) p. 291-292. 

Deposited by Anita Newcomb McGee, 1909; converted to 
gift, 1921. 

MS63-385 
Pierce, William P 

fQ} Papers, 1860-1919. ca. 90 items. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Lawyer, Army officer, and U. S. Consul to Cuba. Cor- 
respondence, speeches, clippings, and printed matter, relat- 
ing chiefly to Pierce's political activities in Georgia after the 
Civil War, during which time he supported the Republican 
Party. Includes a few letters concerning legal matters. 

Gift of J. T. Ryan, 1962. 



MS 63-386 
Poinsett, Joel Roberts, 1779-1851. 

Papers, 1810-50. 50 items. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Diplomat and statesman. Correspondence, journals, 
notes, and memoranda, chiefly 1810-21, relating to Poinsett's 
activities as special agent of the U. S. in Rio de la Plata, 
Chile, Buenos Aires, and Peru (1810-14) and as chairman 
of the .South Carolina Board of Public Works (1819-21). 
Includes a memoranda book on the construction of the 
Columbia and Saluda Canal in South Carolina; a discourse 
(1841) by Poinsett on the objects and importance of the 
National Institute for the Promotion of Science; copies of 
three letters from John C. Fremont; and a few letters writ- 
ten during the time Poinsett was U. S. minister to Mexico 
(1825-30), leader of the Unionist Party of South Carolina, 
and Secretary of War (1837-411. 

Purchase and gift from various sources, 1917-42. 



MS 63-387 
Porter, David Dixon, 1813-1891. 

Papers, 1790-1899. 7000 items. 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
Naval officer. Correspondence, journals, logbooks, orders, 
reports, memoranda, family papers, MS. of a lecture, drafts 
of articles, typescript of an unpublished, untitled novel, 
memorials, and printed matter, relating to Porter's early 
naval career, his service in the Mexican War, his trips to 
die Mediterranean to secure camels for the use of the Army, 
his Civil War service, his superintendency of the Naval 
Academy, bis mission to Santo Domingo concerning the 
lease of Samana Bay, his career as adviser to the Navy 
Dept. (1870-91) and chairman of the Naval Board of In- 
spection (1877-91). Includes papers of Porter's father, Da- 
vid Porter (1780-1843) relating to bis command of the 
Enterprise (1805-06) and the frigate Essex (1811-14), his 
command of the West Indies squadron for the suppression 
of piracy in the Caribbean, the Fajardo incident, his role 
as commander-in-chief of the Mexican Navy, and his diplo- 
matic service in Algeria and Turkey. Correspondents of 
David Dixon Porter include his mother, Evelina (Ander- 
son) Porter and John H. Barnes, Charles A. Boutelle, Da- 
vid G. Farragut, Gustavus Vasa Fox, George M Robeson, 
William T. Sherman, and Gideon Welles. Correspondents 
of David Porter include his wife, Evelina, and Samuel 
Hambleton, Paul Hamilton, John Rodgers, Thomas Shield 
and Samuel L. Southard. _ . 

Unpublished register in the Library. Also described in 
Handbook of manuscripts in the Library of Congress 
(1918) p. 338 and in Report of the Librarian of Congress 
(1932) p. 47-48 and (1935) p. 36. 

Gift, purchase, exchange, and transfer from various 
sources, 1901-34. 

MS63-388 
Porter, Horace, 1837-1921. 

Papers, 1854-1921. 2 ft. (1500 items) 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
Soldier, railroad executive, and diplomat. Correspond- 
ence, diary, family papers, photos., and speeches, relating to 
Porter's Civil War service, to Ulysses S. Grant, to Porter's 
activities with the Pullman Company and the New York, 
West Shore and Buffalo Railway, his service in the Union 
League, bis interest in Republican politics, bis role in the 
inaugural of William McBnley, and his service as U. S. 
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Porto, Horace, 1837-1921. Papers, 1854-1921. (Continued) 
Porter's search for the body of John Paul Jones ; notes per- 
.taming to Porters book Campaigning with Grant (1897) ; 
and copies of letters sent while serving as president of the 
Grant Memorial Association (1891-97). Principal corre- 
gwndents include A. N. Blakeman, George Dodge, James H. 
Duncan, Mark Hanna, John Hay, David Rirtenlwrase Porter, 
Sophie (McHarg) Porter, A. B. Pullman, George Pullman! 
and Ehhu Root. * ^ 

Gift of Horace P. Mende, 1938. 

n • „ „ MS 63-389 

Barney, Henry Thomas, 1860-1934 

Papers, 1904-34. 8 ft. (6000 items) 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
U. S. Representative from Illinois. Primarily constituent 
correspondence for 1934, plus several hundred pieces of cor- 
respondence dated 1924 dealing with the McNary-Haugen 

Unpublished register in the Library. 
Gift of Mrs. Rainey, 1934, 1936. 



n _^ ^ .. MS 63-390 

Rapaport, David. 

Papers, 1948-60. 18 ft (14,000 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Psychologist. Correspondence, drafts of articles and lec- 
tures, notes and memoranda, dated during the time Rapaport 
was research associate at the Austen Riggs Center in Stock- 
bridge Mass. Some subjects of Rapaport's research while 
at tb.e Center were memory theory and the organization and 
pathology of thought. Much of the correspondence is con- 
cerned with research in the behavioral sciences, especially 
psychology and sociology, and many papers relate to the 
effects of this work on other disciplines. 

Unpublished register in the Library. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 

^formation on literary rights available in the Library 
Deposited by Mrs. Rapaport, 1962. 



Roman, Alfred, J. 1824. MS 63-391 

Papers, 1861-90. ca. 150 items. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division 

Confederate Army officer and judge of the Criminal Court 

ojENew Orleans. Correspondence, military telegrams (in 

code and deciphered), reports, memoranda, and a few 

printed items relating almost exclusively to the militarv 

service of the Confederate general Pierre Gustave Toutant 

Battle of 1st Manassas Shiloh, and the defense of Savannah, 
Ga, and Petersburg, Va. A few items relate to Confederate 
strategic decisions after the victory at Manassas, the adop- 
tion of the Confederate flag and the conflict of opinion 
between Jefferson Davis and Beauregard. Most of the col- 
lection is dated after 1865 and consists largely of letters 
(many in French) from Beauregard to Roman concerning 
Beauregard's ; military career, justification of his actions, and 
the preparation and publication of Roman's book General 
Beauregard's military operations (1884). Persons corre- 
sponding with Beauregard include Jefferson Davis, William 
Joseph Hardee, and John Bell Hood. 

Dsscribed in Handbook of manuscripts in the Library of 
Congress (1918) p. 353-354. 

Purchased from Mrs. Roman, 1914-15. 



, „ , MS63-392 

Roosevelt, Robert Barnwell, 1829-1906. 

Papers, 1862. 75 items. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

U. S. Representative from New York, political reformer, 
author, and conservationist A few drafts of letters, several ' 
letters to Roosevelt's wife, Elizabeth (Ellis) Roosevelt, and 
a journalentitled The second expedition of the 71st Regi- 
ment to Washington, 1862. Included in the journal are an 
account of Roosevelt's visit to Secretary of War Edwin M. 
Stanton and President Abraham Lincoln, and a description 
of Lincoln's reviewing the regiment. 

Described in the Annual report of the Librarian of Con- 
gress (1932) p. 45. 

Gift of Emanuel Hertz, 1932. 

Rowlands, Walter, b. 1855. ** 6 *" S98 

Papers, 1873-1939. 1 ft (800 items) 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
Art consultant and chief of the Fine Arts Division, Bos- 
ton Public Library. Principally correspondence written by 
European and American authors and artists to Rowlands in 
response to his requests for photos, of their works and infor- 
mation, particularly _of a biographical nature, for use in his 
books. Includes business correspondence relating to the sale 
of individual artists' works. Names represented include 
A. V. S. Anthony, Paul Wayland Bartlett, Timothy Cole, 

SS^^ JILTS' £ f- 3 ^. Stephen Parrish, Howard 
Pyle, Edward W.Redfield, and John Sartain. 
Gift of the Rowlands estate, via Wm. L. Tutin Co., 1947. 

Saint-Gaudens, Augustus, 1848-1907. 

Correspondence, 1891-1918. ca. 100 items. 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. # 

Sculptor. Includes correspondence with Daniel H. Burn- 
ham concerning the Chicago World's Fair of 1893 and other 
matters; and Samt-Gaudens' letters to Theodore F. Dwight 
and Charles Moore. . '&»■ 

FrScls AdSS^™' ^ "* im ^ * ChMleS 

Sanborn, Fred G MS63 ^ 96 

Papers, 1864. ca. 75 items. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Union Army officer. Letters, telegrams, casualty reports, 
n&wspaper clippings and written accounts conrcrningthe 
5th Maine Regiment's participation in the battles ofSpot- 
sylvama and Cold Harbor, May-June 1864. Includes tele- 
grams and reports from Generals George G. Meade and 
Emory Upton. 

Gift of the 5th Maine Regiment Society, 1957. 

o j » t , MS 63-396 

Saunders, John LoyaU, d. 1860. 

Papers, 1844-57. 1 ft (350 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Naval officer. Correspondence, orders, and other papers 
covering primarily the period of Saunders' command of the 
U. S. S. St Mary's (Nov. 1, 1844^June 7, 1847) and relating 
to U. S. naval operations off the Mexican coast, the blockade ^ 
of the ports of Tampico and Vera Cruz, and the transporta- W 
taon of American agents and dispatches. Principal corre- 
spondents include George Bancroft, Franklin Chase, Com- 
modore David Conner, Commodore Robert F. Stockton, and 
General Zachary Taylor. 

Described in Handbook of manuscripts in the Library of 
Congress (1918) p. 357. 

Gift of Charles F. Mcintosh, 1917 and purchase of one 
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MS63-397 
Schofidd, John McAllister, 1831-1906. 

Papers, 1837-1906. 38 ft. (30,000 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

In p^rt, transcripts made for Schofield ca. 1897 from 
originals in the War Dept Archives for purposes of prepar- 
ing his memoirs. 

Army officer and public official Correspondence, diary 
(1863), journals (1876--91), military papers (special field 
orders, telegrams, and endorsements), memoranda, reports, 
despatches, financial records, court-martial papers, MSS. 
and notes of speeches, articles and a memoir, maps, memo- 
rabilia, and printed matter. The bulk of the collection dates 
between 1862-95 and relates to field operations in Missouri 
where Schofield commanded the "Army of the Frontier" 
and later the Dept of the Missouri, operations of the Dept. 
and Army of the Ohio in Sherman's Atlanta campaign, the 
Union victories at Franklin and Nashville, Tenn., his service 
in 1865-66 as confidential agent of the State Dept to per- 
suade French officials to recall forces from Maxmilian in 
Mexico, Reconstruction in Virginia under Schofield (1866- 
68), and Andrew Johnson's fight with Congress. Nearly 
half of the collection concerns Schofield's service as com- 
mander of the Depts. of Missouri (1869-70) and of the 
Pacific (1870-76), as Superintendent of the Military Acad- 
emy (1876-81) and as commander of the Military Divisions 
of the Gulf, the Pacific, the Missouri, and Atlantic (1881- 
88). Many papers relate to his command of the Army 
(1888-95)- Subjects mentioned in the postwar period are 
Indian affairs, civilian-military relations, the Fitz John 
Porter case, coastal defense, labor strikes and unrest in Chi- 
cago and on the western railroads, and the role of the com- 
mander of the Army in relation to the Secretary of War. 
Significant correspondents include Frank P. Blair, Jr., 
Jacob D. Cox, Ulysses S. Grant, Henry Wager Halleck, 
Fitz John Porter, Philip H. Sheridan, William T. Sherman, 
and Alfred Howe Terry. 

Unpublished finding aid in the Library. 

Gift of Mrs. J. H. Hudson, 1921 and 1925-26. 

MS 63-398 
Smith, Caleb Blood, 1808-1864. 

Papers, 1841-62. 2 ft (1200 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Lawyer, statesman, and jurist Principally correspond- 
ence dated 1849, the last year of Smith's term as a Whig from 
Indiana in the U. S. House of Representatives. Subjects in- 
cluded are national and Indiana politics, Smith's opportuni- 
ties for a Cabinet appointment, and the Zachary Taylor 
campaign and election of 1848. Correspondents include 
Theodore J. Barnett, Luther B. Bruen, Martin L. Bundy, 
Justin Butterfield, Robert N. Carnan, Schuyler Colfax, Rob- 
ert G. Corwin, Thomas Corwin, Courtland Gushing, John S. 
Davis, John Dougherty Defrees, Thomas Dowling, Samuel 
Hannah, David P. HaHoway, Rufus King, Edward W. Mc- 
Gaughey, John McLean, Samuel W. Parker, Thomas Jeffer- 
son Sample, John L. Smith, Thomas B. Stevenson, James S. 
Thayer, Henry Valletta, Thomas D. Walpole, Elihu Benja- 
min Washburne, William Watton, and John Yaryan. 

Card index in the Library. Also described in Handbook 
of manuscripts in the Library of Congress (1918) p. 376. 

Purchased from Hall N. Jackson, 1898. 

MS63-399 

Tappan, Benjamin, 1773-1857. 

Papers, 1795-1900. 6 ft (3650 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

In part, photocopies (positive) made in 1933 of originals 
formerly in the possession of John K. Wright and now 
owned by the Ohio Historical Society. 

Jurist and U. S. Senator from Ohio. Principally corre- 
spondence, with some legal and business papers, relating to 
Ohio and national politics (primarily Jacksonian), anti- 



slavery, family matters, and Tappan's interests in mineral- 
ogy and conchdogy. Principal correspondents include John 
Gould Anthony, M. Birchard, Ethan Allen Brown, John C. 
Bryan, D. Clendenin, David F. Disney, Joseph Drayton, 
Odgen E. Edwards, George H Flood, Charles Hammond, E. 
Hayward (of The Republican of Cincinnati), Samuel Me- 
dary, Joseph N. Neef, Lucy W. Say, In M Stanton, 

John Sloane, E. W. Whittlesey, John Uratts Wright, and 
several members of the Tappan family. 

Index to some of the correspondents and unpublished 
register in the Library. 

Purchased from William Tappan, 1929; gift of Mrs. Ben- 
jamin Tappan, 1948. 



MS 63-400 
Tappan, Lewis, 1788-1873. 

Papers, 1812-72. ca. 3 ft (5200 items) 

In library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Merchant and antislavery leader. Correspondence, jour- 
nals, and other papers. Includes a diary kept by Tappan 
while attending the antislavery conference in London 
(1843), correspondence concerning the antislavery societies 
with which Tappan was associated, autobiographical notes, 
a scrapbopk and other material relating to the Tappan 
f amilv and its \eenealoev. and a handwritten speech written 
by John Quincy Adams on the Armistead case. Principal 
correspondents include John Quincy Adams. James Gilles- 
pie Birney, Jonathan Green, Samuel Dexter Hastings, 
William Jay, Theodore Sedgwick, Joseph Sturge, Arthur 
and Benjamin Tappan, and John Greenleaf Whittier.. 

Unpublished register in the Library. 

Gift of Anna Hulett, 1928-58. 



MS63-401 
Ticknor, Benjamin Holt, 1842-1919. 

Papers, 1805-1935. ca. 6 ft. (3000 items) 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. ■ 
Editor and publisher, of Boston. Principally corre- 
spondence, plus, poems, samples of illustrators' works, and 
drafts of works by European and American authors sent to 
the publishers J. R. Osgood and Co., Ticknor and Co., Ben- 
jamin H. Ticknor and Caroline Ticknor. The bulk of the 
collection dates from 1870-1910. The correspondence, for 
the most part, relates to the return of proofs to authors, cor- 
rections to be made, the payment of royalties, the type and 
place of illustrations to appear in books, and other matters 
relating to the publication of the authors' or illustrators' 
works." Includes Barrett Wendell's MS. of RankelTs re- 
mains and Samuel Clemens' MS. of his preface to The new 
guide of the conversation in Portuguese and English, by 
Pedro Carolino, published by J. R. Osgood in 1883. Prin- 
cipal correspondents include Thomas Bailey Aldrich, Jane 
Goodwin Austin, Henry Bacon, Edward Bellamy, Sam- 
uel Green Benjamin, Henry M. Brooks, Edwin Lassetter 
Bynner, Luigi Palma di Cesnola, Samuel L. Clemens, Rose 
Terrv Cooke. Mary Frances Cusack, Alice Marie Durand, 
Edjrar Fawcett, Lucretia Peabody Hale, Julian Hawthorne, 
William Dean Howells, Lau rence Hutton, Ellen Olney Kirk, 
Samuel Longfellow, Felix Moscheles, Lucretia Gray Noble, 
James Ripley Osgood, Nora Perry, Abby Sage Richardson, 
Katherine Sanborn, James David Smillie, Edmund Clar- 
ence Stedman, Clara Erskine Walters and William Winter. 
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»&cy, Benjamin Franklin, 1830-1915 ^^ 

Papers, 1870-1924. 16 ft. (12,600 items) 
In labrary of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
m *™^ of * e N \*7, ^Ter, and soldier. Correspond- 

S, TT?L S ^f eS ' 1 f ubieCt ^ ■*» newspa^cMp- 
ping* The bulk of the collection is dated USWMne years 
of Trap's tenure as Secretary of the Navy. Includes cor- 
^ndence (1892-1907) of Theodore BooLdt^oTit 
concerning naval matters in the Spanish American War and 

concern^ the Venezuelan boundary dispute. Other im- 
portant correspondents include William P. Clyde, Eugene 
HaHJess* Johnson, George Foster Peabody and ffi 

,«Sf posited b J" Mr - &nd Mrs. Prank B. Tracv 192Q ,t„i 
1939; converted to gift, 1951. ^' 1888 and 

Fan Dora, Earf, 1820-1863. MS 63-403 

Papers, 1858-63. 80 items. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Confederate Army officer, from Mississippi Letters and 
telegrams (mostly 1862) relating to troop movements, sup- 
plies and ammunition, the location of enemy gunboats and 
the capture of prisoners. Many were sent from Camp 
Moore, Chattanooga, Tenn., Vicksburg and Jackson, WsL 
Some were sent to Van Dorn at Holly Springs, MisT Cor 
rqondents include John C . BreckSSgf 'anTbSei 

A.KSdS&S,* Mmer ' 1908; purdwsed *- M - 

Teriioffl, Edward, 1684-1757. ^ 63 ~* W: 

Vernon-Wager papers, 1654-1773. 4 ft (2000 items) 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
172n^f a den f ? f V«n»» md Sir Charles Wager (1666- 

w2'£m? S?*"^ ^^ .*° ^^ opera^ns in the 
West Indies, the naval expedition against Cartasena ™A 

attempts to suppress piracy on the Spanish Main, the slave 

K^^TTF* °P erations of fe South SeaCompW 
Jamaica, the Bahamas, and the Philippines. SomTrrfTlf* 
correspondence is between VernonZi Wa^r JtanoS 
corre^ondents include Sir Jeffery jEZfibJXSZ 
r n ***** Fan< l mer . Major Gen. Thomas Gaire/Lt 

So^ W?n^L J8,neS ^ "*"** ~ d "* V 

Ven^^mt^pr * "" "-*' "* ° f *» 
CJe^oTaW 1 ^ *""> 1867 >- *™* —«■ by 



Washburn, Israel, 1813-1883. ^° 5 

Papers, 1838-1908. 1 ft (300 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Lawyer, U. S. Representative, and Governor of Maine. 
Principally correspondence concerning politics in Maine dur- 
ing the early years of the Civil War and such national events 
«w ^SSfS*?** **• ^ P«sidential elections of 
Ae Civil Wa?' f ° rmation of *• ^Publican Party and 

Described in Handbook of manuscripts in the I i W™ n f 
Congress (1918) p. 542-543 and TZ T^port ofSK 
brarian of Congress (1917) p. 40-41. 

Gift of Maud Washburn, 1917. 



Waahburne, Elihu Benjamin, 1816-1887 ^^ 

Papers, 1829-82. 31 ft (37,000 items) 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division, 
w 7,. ^P^^^^fm.IUiaois, Cabinetmember, diplo- 
ma£ and histonaiL Principally correspondence covering i 
most phases ;«rf Washbume's career from hiTelectiontoS 
gress in 1852 untU 1882. Includes 55 letter boofaX^) 
c^sistog of copies of official letters and communiS 
from Washburne when he was the American Ministerto 
France^ Sectaries of State Hamilton iff anTwSa£ 

«L «X£ ^ **•*»"«»■ ™in«tor of foreign affairs, 
and others relating to the general business of the legation 
and to private, personal and social matters. Principalcorre- 
spondents include .Cyrus Aldrich, Isaac N. Arnold, Adam 
Badeau, George Bancroft, James G. Blaine, William H 
Bradley, SahnonP Chase, J. a BancroftDavis, John A. 
Due, Hamilton Fish, Ulysses S. Grant, Horace Greeley, 
Murat Haktead, John Jay, Joseph Medi£ Benjamm MW 
Edward Pierrepont, Charles H Kay, Daniel Kch^Bob! 
ert C. Schenck, John and William T. Sherman, Daniel E. 
bickles, Charles L Stephenson, and Cadwallader C. Wash- 
bum. 

Card index and unpublished register in the Library. Also 
partially described in Handbook of manuscripts in the li- 
brary of Congress (1918) p. 510-511. 

Gi ^L < £ H f 1 , pstead Wa shburne, 1904; exchange from Chi- 
cago Public Library, 1946. 

Webb, Charles Henry, 1834-1905. MS 63-407 

Papers, 1859-1924. 320 items. 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
Author, publisher, and inventor. Largely letters rec*i™«l 
corrected drafts of a few of Webb's poeSf ail sSgSl 

£2^5 ? Webb 1 ^ 0f "» ***** *<> Publishingm^ ^ 
W&. t£ "S? 1 ^ SeTeral otters areldfessefto 
William Dean Howells, who had given them to^Vbbfc 

daughter Eh^beth for her autograph collection. SapES* 
correspondents include Thomas Bailey Aldrich. Toh* TT«, 

m^d^tT^^ f-^^S& &,% 
mund C. Stedman, Frank Stockton, Charles Stoddard. 
Henry Van Dyke, and William Winter a "*<*»ri, 

0„^lv m - *" ^J 817 - ^^ described m *be Library's 

Purchase, 194t 

Wentworth, Edwin Oberlin, 1833-1864. 
Papers, 1862-90. ca. 120 items. 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division 
/iSo 11 ^ w Unio £ T soldi e'', from Maine. Correspondence 
(1862-64) between Wentworth and his wife Carrie (Caro- 
hne Warren Wentworth); a few letters from his fattier. 
Robert Wentworth, of Buxton, Me.; and copies of articles, 
satire, doggerel, and poetry submitted for inclusion in The 
Tt «£ ^handwritten newspaper issued by enlisted men of 
the 37th Regt, Massachusetts Volunteers at Brandy Station. 
Va. in March, 1864. The letters relate to the health and wel- 
fare of Wentworth's wife and child in Maine, financial diffi- 
culties, hardshipsof army life, and his feelings before and A 
while in battle Wentworth describes the actions of the 37th W 
Massachusetts *<*iment at the Battles of Fredericksburg, 
Gettysburg and Kelly's Ford, Va. and other campaigns of 
Uie Army of the Potomac. Items dated after Wentworth's 
death refer to a pension for his widow and children. In- 
cludes two photos, of Wentworth. 
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„. MS 63-409 

Whitefield, George, 1714-1770. 

Papers, 1736-€9. 140 items. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

British evangelist and founder of Calvinistic Methodists. 
Letters received by Whitefield from clergymen and others 
in England and America relating to evangelistic activities. 
Letters from Georgia also relate to Whitefield's Bethesda 
Orphanage in Savannah, which was converted into a college. 
Includes one sermon and three engravings. Correspondents 
include Antoine Court, Alexander Moncrieff, Alexander 
Schuyler, Henry Sherburne, William Shippen, Henry 
Smellie, and George Stratford. 

List of letters in the Library. Also described in Hand- 
book of manuscripts in the library of Congress (1918) p. 
531 and in the Annua] report of the Librarian of Congress 
(1904) p. 166. 

Purchased from John B. Anderson, 1903-04. Formerly 
owned by Thomas Baffles. 

MS 63-410 
Yndin, Gennadi! Vasfllevich, 1840-1912, collector. 

Russian- American Company papers, 1786-1830. 1 ft (ca. 
150 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Official correspondence, work reports, tariff and cargo 
registers, ships' journals, and other papers, primarily relat- 
ing to the exploration and colonization of Alaska and Si- 
beria by the Russian- American company to the company's 
commercial activities in the areas, and to its contacts with the 
Japanese, Chinese, and Portuguese. Many of the papers 
mention Nikolai Petrovich Rezanov and Grigorii Ivanovich 
Shelekhov. Mostly in Russian. 

Typewritten translations of the papers appear in Docu- 
ments relative to the history of Alaska, v. 3 (ca. 1938) p. 148- 
315, prepared by the Alaska History Research Project of 
the University of Alaska. 
W Purchased from Mr. Tudin, 1907. 

MS 63-411 
Zorach, William, 1887- 

Papers, 1930-61, 9 ft. (6300 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Artist Correspondence, speeches, articles, notes, poems, 
drawings, bills, receipts, biographical articles, invitations, 
photos^ and printed matter. The correspondence includes 
ca. 1800 personal letters, largely concerned with discussions 
of works of art executed by Zorach and his fellow artiste, 
plans for lectures and exhibitions of his work, and arrange- 
ments with foundries for the casting of his statues and bas- 
reliefs; and ca. 600 family letters from his wife Marguerite, 
his daughter, Dahlov, and his son-in-law, Adolph Ipcar. 
Zorach's notes, some of which were used for lectures at 
Columbia University and before various art associations, 
reveal his views on abstract art, the creativity of an artist, 
and recommendations for teaching art to children. In- 
cludes galley proofs of and drawings and other material 
used in the preparation of Zorach's book, Zorach explains 
sculpture (1947). 

Access to the collection is restricted during Mr. Zorach's 
lifetime to persons given written permission by hi™ , 

Information on literary rights available in the Library. 

Gift of Mr. Zorach, 1962. 

m MS64-1 

Spiers, Jason, 6. 1785. 

• Business records, 1812-35. ca. 4 ft 

In American Antiquarian Society collections (Worcester, 
Mass.) 

Account books of Jason and Asa Holman 'Waters (b. 1808) 
relating to a general store, scythe making and weaving busi- 
ness in Millbury, Mass. 
Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 
Gift of the estate of Ira M. Barton. 



MS64-3 
Arizona. University. 

Land-grant centennial papers, 1961-62. 7 boxes. 

In University of Arizona Library. 

Material relating to the University?s participation in the 
centennial of the establishment of land-grant colleges and 
State universities. Includes correspondence, administrative 
papers, photos^ clippings, publications, records of events, 
informational and promotional material, programs and pub- 
lications from other institutions, records of the T^WftWn CHy 
Convocation, Nov. 12-16, 1961; and MS. of a projected pnb- 
'ication on the story of research at the University of Arizona. 

Inventory in the library. 

MS 64-8 
Clarke, Phillip M 1889-1963. 

Business records, 1916-33. 3 v. 
In University of Arizona library. 
Businessman, rancher, and banker, of Arizona. Journal, 
ledger, and other records relating to cattle ranching, a store 
at Ruby, Ariz., property in southern Arizona, and other 
personal investments. 

MS 61 1 
Finley, Leighton, 1856-1894. 

Papers. 1 portfolio. 

In University of Arizona library. 

Notebooks and photos, relating to Finley's service as a 
lieutenant with the 10th Cavalry, U. S. Army, in Texas 
and Arizona during the Indian wars. Includes "official rec- 
ord" of service; two notebooks containing a diary (1880-85), 
financial records, personal memoranda, and 40 photos, of 
Apache Indians and military personnel at Fort Leaven- 
worth, Elan., Fort Grant, Ariz., and Fort Apache, Ariz. 

Gift of Pulley's daughter, Mrs. Vernon Hahn, 1968. 

MS64-6 
Hein family. 

Papers, 1860-1900. 60 items. 

In University of Arizona library. 

Letters, in German and English, from the Diederich von 
Hein family in Skull Valley, Arizona Territory, to the fam- 
ily of his daughter and son-in-law, Clans WUhelm Hagedorn 
(1842-1912), in Brooklyn, N. T., pertaining to frontier life 
in a small community in Yavapai Co., Ariz.; letters from 
Paul Loske, friend of the family; documents relating to 
their participation in the Prescott Coal Development Com- 
pany ; passport and ship papers (1860-64) of Hagedorn. on 
route from Germany; four photos. ; and some miscellaneous 
related material 

MS64-6 
Holme, John Francis, 1868-1904. 
Papers, ca. 4 ft. 
In University of Arizona Library. 
Artist, teacher, and publisher. Correspondence, photos., 
drawings, posters, and other papers relating to the School 
of Illustration founded by Holme in Chicago, and the publi- 
cations of the Bandar-log Press, which Holme founded. 

MS64-7 
Lummis, Charles Fletcher, 1859-1928. 

Papers, 1879-1928. 4 boxes. 

In University of Arizona Library. 

Author, journalist, librarian, archeologist, and ethnologist 
Correspondence (1879-1928), biographical material, includ- 
ing parts of an uncompleted autobiography entitled As I 
remember, scrapbooks, articles, poems, 840 photos^ dippings, 
memorabilia, and items relating to the Southwest Museum 
in Los Angeles. 

Inventory in the library. 



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tut . ^ . MS64-8 

Mazzanovich, Anton, 1860-1934. 

Papers. 2 boxes and 1 portfolio. 

In University of Arizona Library. 

Author and soldier. Correspondence, diary, articles, the- 
atre programs, photos., and other material relating to Maz- 
zanoYich's experiences as a civilian and soldier in Troop F, 
Sixth U. S. Cavalry in Arizona and New Mexico (1881-S6) 
and his theatrical activities as a stage carpenter and me- 
chanic -with touring New York companies. Includes the 
original draft of a projected work, Southwest frontier; 
material relating to his book, Trailing Geronimo (1926) • 
and several U. S. patents obtained for stage and scenery 
construction, bottles, and streetcars. 

MS 64-9 
Miller, Hugo W 1889-1963. 

Records of the Hugo W. Miller and Miller and Cox Assay 
Offices, Xog.iles, Ariz., 1902-58. 5 ft. 

In University of Arizona Library. 

Assay and ore records, and miscellaneous financial and 
administrative papers. Includes mill, smelter, and converter 
reports (1902) for the Pride of the "West Mining and Mill- 
ing Company. 

list of contents in vol. 1. 

MS 64-10 
Milton, Mildred (Taitt) 1879-1963. 

Papers, 1900-37. 1 box. 

In University of Arizona Library. 

Letters (1919-20) from Mrs. Milton to her husband, Jef- 
ferson Davis Milton (1861-1947) ; a letter from Mrs. Milton 
to her sister Mrs. J. O. Sheldon: two letters (1936-37) to 
Milton from former associates; "marriage book" (June 30, 
1919) ; a scrapbook kept while a student at Vassar College 
( 1900-01 ) ; and 16 photos. 

MS 64-11 
., San Rafael Cattle Company. 

Records, 1883-1904. 2 boxes. 

In University of Arizona Library. 

Correspondence, legal papers, financial records, reports, 
clippings, and other papers relating to the operation of the 
company, on property located on the Santa Cruz River in 
Pima Co., Ariz. Includes letters relating to the appointment 
of Lewis Wolfley as Territorial Governor of Arizona and 
financial papers of the Fulford family of Maryland. Cor- 
respondents include Colin and Brewster Cameron, Alexander 
Fulford, and other members of the company. 

^ ... MS 64-12 

Tucson Mining and Smelting Company, ltd. 

Records, 1890-1900. 2 boxes. 

In University of Arizona Library. 

Correspondence, business records, legal papers, and related 
material pertaining to the operations of an English mining 
company in the Silver Bell Mining District, Pima Co., Ari- 
zona Territory; together with records of its predecessor, the 
Canada del Oro Mines, ltd. 

Gift of Herbert B. Francis, 1961. Formerly owned by 
John Francis, manager of the firm. 

_. MS 64-18 

Twin Buttes Mining and Smelting Company. 

Records, 1904-28. 36 ft. 

In University of Arizona Library. 

^Records of mining operations in the Twin Buttes area. 
Puna Co., Ariz., consisting of administrative correspondence 
and papers, bills, ledgers, financial records, labor reports, 
tamo cards, payrolls, and maps for the various mines of the 
Twin Buttes Mining and Smelting Company and of subse- 
quent lessees and owners, including Bush-Baxter, Glance 



Mining Company, Midland Copper Company, and San 
Xavier Extension Copper Company. Includes records and 
forms pertaining to the construction and operation of the 
company's subsidiary railroad from Tucson to Twin Buttes, 
Ariz. A 

List of contents in the library. 

MS64-14 
Anderson, Isabel Weld (Perkins) 1876-1948. 
Papers, 1890-1945. 5 v. 
In Boston University Library. 
In part, transcripts (handwritten) 

Author. Scrapbooks containing mounted letters, clip- 
pings, photos., and other papers. Includes material by and 
about tiie diplomatic career of her husband, Larz Anderson 
(1866-1937) ; and material about Mrs. Anderson's gift of the 
Anderson Memorial Center to Boston University. 
Information on literary rights available in the library. 
Gift of Mrs. Anderson. 

MS 64-15 
Massachusetts. 1st Corp* of Cadets. 
Archives, 1741-1960. 197 ft. 
In Boston University Library. 
In part, transcripts and photocopies (negative) 
Records of meetings, financial records, military orders, 
muster rolls, biographical material, photos., and official rec- 
ords of the Corps' service in all the major wars, including 
the Revolution, Civil War, and World War i, under its vari- 
ous Federal and State unit designations of Massachusetts 
45th Regiment, 1861-65 ; Massachusetts 1st Motor Squadron ; 
Massachusetts 1st Motor Corps; Massachusetts 211th Coast 
Artillery; Massachusetts 211th Cavalry Reconnaissance; 
U. S. Army 101st Engineers; and Massachusetts 126th Tank 
Battalion. Includes letters of Gen. Manning Force, Gen. 
Thomas Gage, John Hancock, and men of the 101st Engi-^ 
neers in France; and records of the Veteran Association o9 
the First Corps of Cadets. 
Author and subject catalog in the library. 
Deposited by the Veteran Association of the First Corps 
of Cadets, 1962. 

». MS 64-16 

Russell, Andrew Howland, 1846-1915. 

Papers, late 19th century. 5 ft. 

In Boston University Library. 

Forms part of the Massachusetts 1st Corps of Cadets col- 
lections. 

Inventor and Army officer. Correspondence, sketches, 
U. S. patents, British letters patent, and court records con- 
cerning Russell's inventions in gunnery; together with clip- 
pings on firearms and the Army exhibition at the Centennial 
Exposition of the Ohio Valley and Central States, 1888, in 
Cincinnati 

Cataloged in the library. 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Information on literary rights available at the library. 

Deposited by the Veteran Association of the First Corps 
of Cadets, 1962. Formerly owned by LeBaron Russell. 

rr* «™. ~ MS64-17 

Tate, William, 1887- 

Papers, 1912-64. 23 boxes. 

In Boston University Library. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) and photocopies (neg^P 
tive) 

Author and professor. Correspondence, photostats of re- 
ports, and other papers related to Yale's work with the State 
Dept. on Arab-Palestinian questions, including his advisor- 
ship on the King-Crane Commission. 

Access restricted. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Yale, 1960-64. 



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MS 64-18 
Mountain States Athletic Conference. 

Records, 1937-62. 14 ft. 

In Brigham Young University library (Provo, Utah.) 

Correspondence of conference commissioner E. L. "Dick" 
Bomney, minutes, financial records, conference operating 
code, statistics, newspaper clippings, and papers on athletic 
meets and disputes. 

Unpublished register in the library. 

Deposited by Mr. Bomney, 1962. 

MS 64-19 
Mooney, Thomas Joseph, 1882-1942. 

Papers, 1906-42. ca. 44,600 items. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (Berkeley) 

Labor leader. Correspondence and other papers concern- 
ing Mooney "6 trial and conviction for murder in connection 
-with the bombing at the Preparedness Day parade, San 
Francisco, July 22, 1916, and efforts to secure his release. 
Includes trial records, Mooney's prison correspondence; cor- 
respondence of the various defense organizations (particu- 
larly the Tom Mooney Moulders Defense Committee) ; cor- 
respondence of Governor Culbert L Olson concerning the 
pardon; financial records; newspaper clippings (some in 
scrapbooks) ; script and film of motion picture; pamphlets, 
and propaganda material. Early papers include material 
relating to Mooney's activities with the San Francisco street 
railway employees union and personal correspondence. 

Report and key to arrangement available in the library. 

The Library of the University of California at Los Angeles 
has carbon typewritten copies of ca, 250 legal documents, 
correspondence, and other papers (1916-35) concerning 
Mooney's trial and efforts to obtain a pardon. 



• MS 64-20 

Teagne, Charles CoQins, 1873-1950. 
-'■Papers, 1901-50. 103 boxes. 

In University of California, Bancroft Library (Berkeley) 

Rancher, of Santa Paula, Calif . Correspondence, reports, 
speeches, memoranda, bulletins, accounts, photos., and 
printed •material relating primarily to Teague's career as 
president of "various companies and associations connected 
with the citrus industry in California. Includes papers per- 
taining to Teague's service with the U S. Federal Farm 
Board (1929-31), to the failure of the St Francis Water 
Supply Dam (1928-29), and as regent of the University of 
California. 

Report and key to arrangement available in the library. 

The Library of the University of California at Los An- 
geles has positive and negative microfilm copies (30 reels 
each) of the collection and ca. 1200 duplicates of papers in 
the collection. 

Gift of Harriet (McKevett) Teague and Milton Teague to 
the University of Calif ornia at Los Angeles, 1954; the pa- 
pers were microfilmed in 1959 and the originals sent to the 
Bancroft Library, University of California at Berkeley. 

MS64-21 
Abbott, Edith, 1876-1957. 

Papers of Edith and Grace Abbott, 1903-54. 45 ft 
^P In University of Chicago library. 

Correspondence, notes, documents, pamphlets, bibliog- 
raphy, and other papers (mostly since 1910) relating to the 
professional and academic careers of Edith Abbott as dean 
of the University of Chicago School of Social Service 
Administration, and her sister, Grace Abbott (1878-1939) as 
chief of the U. S. Children's Bureau. Includes Edith's 
correspondence (1910-20) when she was a resident at Hull 
House with Jane Addams, Julia Lathrop, and Florence 



Kelley (1859-1932). Grace's papers relate chiefly to affairs 
of the Children's Bureau and to public welfare administra- 
tion and also concern immigration problems and political 
opposition to Federal welfare activities. Correspondents in- 
clude Jane Addams, Margaret Bondfield, Sophonisba P. 
Breckinridge, Homer Folks, Felix Frankfurter, Florence 
Kelley, Harold Laski, Julia Lathrop, Katherine Lenroot, 
Julian Mack, Frances Perkins, Julius Rosenwald, Lillian D. 
Wald, and others. Organizations represented in the corre- 
spondence include the American Association for Labor 
Legislation, American Association for Economic Freedom, 
American Association of Social Workers, American Asso- 
ciation of University Women, American Child Health Asso- 
ciation, American Public Welfare Association, American 
Social Hygiene Association, Better Homes in America, Bos- 
ton Settlement Study, California Institute on Social Work, 
Canadian Council on Child Welfare, Character Education 
in the Public School, Chicago Probation Project Chicago 
Recreation Commission, Child Labor Committee of Illinois, 
Child Welfare League of America, Children's Bureau, Na- 
tional Civil Service Reform League, Cook County Bureau 
of Public Welfare, Committee to Clarify the Constitution 
by Amendment Emergency Peace Campaign, Encyclo- 
paedia Britannica, Grand Island College, Great Lakes In- 
stitute, Hull House, Illinois Conference on Social Welfare, 
Immigrant's Protective League, International Council of 
Women, International Penal and Penitentiary Commission, 
League of Nations, Mobilization for Mount Holyoke College, 
National Child Labor Committee, National Conference on 
Outdoor Recreation, National Conference of Social Work, 
National Consumer's Research League, National Council on 
Naturalization and Citizenship, National Education Asso- 
ciation, National Federation of Business and Professional 
Women's Clubs, Pan American Child Welfare Congress, 
Save the Children Foundation, Social Science Research 
Committee, Spanish Child Welfare Association, Textile 
Committee of the Fair Labor Standards Act, Twentieth 
Centurv Fund, Washington Council of Social Agencies, and 
Works Progress Administration. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Arthur G. Abbott, 1957; and University of 
Chicago Graduate School of Social Service Administration, 
1962. 

MS 64-22 
Aldis, Mary (Reynolds) 1872- 

Papers, 1860-1918. ca. 100 items. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Poet and lecturer. Notes, clippings, and transcriptions of 
poems, mostly concerning World War r, taken by Mrs. Aldis 
from books, magazines, and newspapers for her lecture, War 
poetry, old and new. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Graham Aldis, 1949. 

MS 64-23 
American Association for the United Nations. TUinoU 
and Mid-west Ojjice. 

Records, 1936-42. 4 ft. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Papers dealing with educational activities of the organiza- 
tion, such as contests and model League of Nations councils 
and assemblies for high school students; coordinated pro- 
grams with the Chicago Peace Council and the National 
Peace Conference; and dissemination of literature concern- 
ing neutrality legislation. The association worked chiefly 
through the World Citizens Association and the Commis- 
sion to Study the Organization of Peace after the U S. 
entered World Warn. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of the association through Quincy Wright, president 
of the Executive Committee of the Mid-west branch, 1955. 



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Anderson, William Hamilton, 1874- ^"^ 

Papers, 1903-28. ca. 2200 items. 

In University of Chicago Library, 

Papers (chiefly 1918-24) including correspondence, re- 
ports, speeches, articles, pamphlets, pressreleases, and other 
material, dealing with Anderson's work in Maryland, Illi- 
nois, and New. York as an official of the Anti-SaloonLBague 
of America. Topics include the Black Belt FarmTcom- 
pany, a business venture involving Anti-Saloon League 
officials; and the relations of Anderson and the League with 
John D. Rockefeller, Jr., who was a major contributor to 
the organization. Includes correspondence with Charles S. 
Whitman, Governor of New York, concerning the political 
importance of the Anti-Saloon League and Anderson's 
indictment and trial 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Purchased from Ralph A. Miele, 1962. 

. . MS 64-26 

Asher, Loins Eller, 1877-1948. 

Papers, 1894-1914. ca. 500 items. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

In part, photocopies. 

Businessman. Papers mostly concerned with the affairs 
of Sears, Roebuck, & Company, of which Asher was general 
manager from 1906-09, including correspondence, memo- 
randa, copies of ideas for advertising schemes, account 
sheets, and photostats of advertisements. Includes many 
letters between Asher and other officials of the company, 
including Richard W. Sears, dealing mostly with adver- 
tising policies, and some correspondence from customers. 

Unpublished guide in the repository. 

Gift of Frederick Asher, 1962. 

Ai*ew,GeorgeA MSM - 2tf 

Letter book and commonplace book, 1806-06. 1 v 
In University of Chicago library. 

Pers onal and business letters, extracts of articles, historical 
works, essays, and other papers of Askew, who lived at 
™ mtam Ho* 8 *. Berwick-on-Tweed, Northumberland, 

Purchased, 1928. 

Association of Cambridge Scientists. **^ 

Records, 1946-46. 28 folders. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Papers of an association founded in late 1945 as a response 
to the growing controversy over the uses of atomic energy, 
and whose membership was comprised mainly of persons 
on the staffs of Harvard University and Massachusettslnsti- 
tute of Technology. The main purpose of the association 
waste mform the general public on scientific matters when 
suck information was pertinent to matters of public policy, 
and to stir discussion among scientists themselves. Includes 
correspondence, newsletters, press releases, and statements 
of the association and other similar organizations. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 
Deposit, 1961. 

MS 64-28 
Association of Los Alamos Scientists. 

Records, 1946-48. 6ft 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Business and financial papers, membership lists, minutes 
of meetings, press releases, statements, memoranda, informa- 
tion sheets, photos., and phonograph records of radio broad- 
casts of an association organized in 1946 to promote the 
attainment and use of scientific and technological advances 
m the best interests of humanity by educating the public to 
the nature and control of atomic energy. 



Unpublished guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 



. . . MS64-88* 

Association of Oak Ridge Engineers and Scientists. 

Records,'1946-51. 9 ft 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Papers (mostly 1946-48) including correspondence; ad- 
ministrative and information files; newsletters; publicity 
handouts; and educational material; together with the cor- 
respondence and papers of related and affiliated groups in- 
cluding the Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists; the 
Independent Citizen's Committee of the Arcs, Science and 
Professions; the National Committee of Atomic Scientists.; 
and Oak Ridge groups prior to their amalgamation into the 
AORES and the Federation of American Scientists. The 
correspondence with the Senate Atomic Energy Committee, 
Congressmen, and other government officials concerns the 
McMahon bill, the National Science Foundation bin, and 
international control of atomic energy. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Herbert Pomerance, member of the Executive 
committee of AORES, 1959. 

MS 64-80 
Association of Pasadena Scientists. 

Records, 1945-46. 1 ft (1000 items) 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Correspondence, press releases, minutes of meetings, news- 
letters, membership data, and notices concerning internal 
matters and dealings with the Federation of American 
Scientists, of which the Association of Pasadena Scientists 
was a part Represented in the correspondence are Willian^ 
N. Lipscomb, Gene Maun, Richard M Noyes, J. R. OppenP 
heimer, Bradford Shank, David P. Shoemaker, Charles 
Wagner, the American Association of Scientific Workers, 
Fellowship of Reconciliation and the Hollywood Writers 
Mobilization, Independent Citizens of Arts, Sciences, and 
Professions, inc., National Association of Science Writers, 
National Committee on Atomic TTif«rm fl ftifMi, Science Society 
of Washington, and several major universities. TiMdiyfa 
letters to various legislators concerning atomic enerev legis- 
lation. 6J~* 

Unpublished guide in the library. 
Gift of James Bonner, 1962. 

MS 64-81 
Association of Scientists for Atomic Education. 

Records, 1946-48. 2 ft 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Correspondence, minutes of meetings, «"d finnTifi B l »w) 
membership records of a group devoted to educating the 
public to the uses and dangers of atomic power. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Information on literary righto available in the library. 

Deposit, I960. 

a+ ■ „ . MS64-83 

Atomic Scientists of Chicago. 

Records, 1946-64. ca.l4ft % 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Correspondence, financial records, press releases, bro- 
chures, pamphlets, publications of various committees and 
conferences, and other papers (mostly 1845-49). Includes 
some papers of the Chicago Committee for Civilian Control 
of Atomic Energy, an affiliate of the National Committee for 
Civilian Control; and the University Office of Inquiry into 
the Social Aspects of Atomic Energy, which was formed 



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Atomic Scientists of Chicago. Records, 1945-54 (Continued) 
under the auspices of the University of Chicago as a com- 
panion organization to the Atomic Scientists of Chicago. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of the Atomic Scientists of Chicago, 1952, 1959. 

MS64-88 
Austrian, Delia, 1874-1928. 

Papers, 1902-08. ca. 6 ft 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Journalist and poet Diaries of trips to Europe ; drafts and 
finished MSS. for novels including Juliette Recamier ( 1922) , 
short stories, plays, and newspaper and magazine articles; 
college class notes and assignments; diplomas; family pic- 
tures ; and a painting. Includes notebooks of Miss Austrian's 
sister, Celia Austrian (1874-1907) , and diaries of her mother, 
Julia (Mrs. S. Solomon) Austrian. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Bequest of Miss Austrian, 1929. 

MS 64-34 
Bacon family. 

The Martin A Ryerson collection of Bacon manuscripts, 
13th to 18th centuries. 4^67 items. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Muniments of title, court rolls, account rolls, rentals, and 
other documents pertaining to purchases by Sir Nicholas 
Bacon (15091-1578), English lawyer and Lord Keeper of 
the Great Seal, of monastic and other lands in the mid 16th 
century; title deeds relating to tie dispersal of the Bacon 
estates in the late 17th century; some papers of Sir Robert 
Drury, and of Sir John Holt, chief justice of the Kong's 
Bench, who purchased Redgrave Hall, Bacon's chief seat 
Other properties represented in the collection include Rick- 
i inghall, Wortham, Hindercley, Burgate, Gislingham, Met- 
tingham College, Mollis St Johns, Wiverston, Brandon, 
Ingham, Tymworth, Plaford in Bamhams, Bramfelde, and 
Parham. 

Unpublished guide and index in the library. Also de- 
scribed in Census of medieval, and Renaissance manuscripts 
in the U. S. and Canada, by Seymour DeRicci (1935) v. 1, 
p. 596-97. 

Gift of Mr. Ryerson, 1923. Formerly owned by Sir 
Thomas Holt 

MS64-85 
Baptist Theological Vision, Chicago. 

Records, 1869-1924. 3 ft 

In University of Chicago library. 

Correspondence; financial and administrative records; 
committee reports; catalogs; annual reports and minutes of 
the meetings of the Board of Trustees; and miscellaneous 
materials. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Deposited by the union, ca. 1953. 

MS 64-36 
Barrows, Samuel Jane, 1845-1909. 
Papers, 1897-1909. 1ft 
In University of Chicago Library. 
• Unitarian clergyman and U. S. Representative from 
Massachusetts. Correspondence relating to Baivows| career 
as International Prison Commissioner and concerning the 
1910 congressional appropriation, and efforts to gain a 
$50,000 appropriation for the 1910 International Prison 
Commission Congress held in Washington, D. C. 
Unpublished guide in the library. 

Formerly a part of the Charles Richmond Henderson 
papers in the University Archives. 



MS64-87 
Bartky, Walter, 1901-1958. 

Papers, 1940-57. 8 folders. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Astronomer and educator, of Chicago, HL Personal cor- 
respondence, teaching notes, speeches, lectures to business 
executives, photos., and miscellaneous materials. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Deposited by the Office of the Chancellor, University of 
Chicago, 196L 

MS 64-88 
Barton, Wflfiam Eleazar, 1861-1930. 
Papers, 1899-1932. 4 ft 
In University of Chicago Library. 
Anglican clergyman and historian. Correspondence, 
notes and MSS. of field trips, articles, speeches, and research 
data. The correspondence is primarily concerned wMi 
Barton's books and bis studies on Abraham Lincoln. 
Purchased from the Barton family, 1932. 

MS64-39 
Beaumont, WnHam, 1785-1853. 

Papers, 1834-87. 120items. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

In part, photocopies of four letters of Alexis St Martin, 
and his contract with Rush Medical College, from the origi- 
nals in the William L. Clements Library, University of 
Michigan; and of documents in the library of the Washing- 
ton University Medical School, St Louis, Mo. 

Physician and physiologist CJorrespondence, ^ medical 
papers, legal documents, receipted bills, photos., oil paint- 
ings, and memorabilia of Beaumont and his family. In- 
cludes the day by day clinical history of a chronic case; 
recipes for use in case of illness, with symptomatology and 
treatment noted; prescriptions written during Beaumont's 
St Louis period ; and a first edition of his book, Experiments 
and observations on the gastric juice and the physiology of 
digestion (1838) containing autographs of various family 
members who owned it Correspondents include Ethan 
Allen Hitchcock, Robert E. Lee, Alexis St Martin, and 

Zachary Taylor. .,,-■■ ., j -v-a • 

Unpublished description in the library. Also described in 

The Dr. William Beaumont Collection of the University of 

Chicago, by Arno B. Luckhardt in the Bulletin of the history 

of medicine, v. 7, no. 5 (May 1939)- 
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Allen Beaumont, 1936; and 

others. 

MS 64-40 

Bekker, Immanuel, 1785-1871. 

Correspondence, 1806-59. ca. 220 items. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

German philologist and professor. Letters to Bekker 
from Wilhehn von Humboldt, G. B. Niebuhr, KG. von 
Raumer, Friedrich Schleiermacher, and N. M S. Siguier, 
and others. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Purchased from Walter Funke, 1953. 

MS 64-41 

Bonner, Amy, 1891-1955. 

Papers, 1987-53. ca. 280 items. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Poet and journalist letters and Christmas cards to Mass 
Bonner from contemporary poets, including Padraic Gotam, 
Peter De Vries, Dudley Fitts, Robert Hillyer, Archibald 
MacLeish, Edwin Markham, Marianne Moore, E. A Robm- 



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Bonner Amy 18 91-19 55 . PaperS) 1937 _ 53 (Con 

son, Karl Shapiro, Allen Tate, Sara Teasdale, Louis Unter- 
!*£en! Wheelock, William Carlos Williams, and 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights aVailable in the library. 

Irift of Miss Bonner, 1948-52. 



Borgese, Elisabeth (Mann) ^^ 

Papers, 1947-51. ca. 8 ft. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Correspondence, reports and minutes of meetings, and 
other papers relating to Mrs. Borgese's work in theWorld 
Movement for World Federal Government. Includes ma- 
terial concerning the movement's annual congresses and con- 
stituent, subsidiary, and observer status world federation 
organizations,- correspondence, reports, and subject files of 
the Commission constitutionelle mondiale, a research eroup 
set up by the Congress of the World Movement for World 
federation, together with letters of invitation to join the 
commission; and papers by G. A. Borgese, Robert M. 
Hutchins, and Quincy Wright. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Borgese, 1951. 



Bowesfamily. MS64 - 43 

Papers, 1696-1728. 104 items. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Papers giving a history of the Bowes family and includ- 
ing material on the parliamentary election and other activ- 
ities in Bermck-on-Tweed, Eng.; the freedom given to the 
prisoners of the King's Bench and the Fleet Prisons: and 

WlaniET C ° al "^ ™ Newcastle aad Northum- 

StratimT* 1 ' P *"' 1923 ' FoTm(a1 ^ owned bv *•» Eari of 



Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. ^"^ 

Records, 1945-52. ca. 14 ft. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Correspondence and editorial comments, editorial and ad- 
ministrative material, general information files, newspaper 
clippings press releases, typewritten transcripts with com- 
ments of the hearings before the Joint Committee on Atomic 
Energy in 1949, periodicals, United Nations publications, 
civil defense material, speeches, publications, and general 
material used by the staff of the Bulletin, providing good 
source and background material for an inquiry into the 
social and political implications of the atomic bomb. 

Unpublished guide in the library 

Gift of the Bulletin, 1952. 



. MS 64-45 

Bunting, Sir Percy W 1836-1911 

Correspondence, 1882-1911. 4 ft. (2310 items) 

In University of Chicago Library. 

British social reformer and editor. Letters to Bunting as 
editor of the Contemporary review. Correspondents in- 
clude Lord Acton^ Matthew Arnold, Andrew Carnegie, Wil- 
ham Gladstone, Cardinal Manning, George Bernard Shaw, 
Herbert Spencer, and many others. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Purchased from Evelyn M. Bunting, 1932. 



tltc ha a a 

Burton, Ernest DeWitt, 1856-1925. 

Papers, 1890-1925. 16 ft 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Theologian and educator. Mostly correspondence relating, 
to Burton s personal interests and to his work as head of t2P 
Dept of New Testament Literature and Interpretation at the 
University of Chicago; together with lecture notes; exami- 
nation copies; committee reports; reports on the .Oriental 
Education Commission (1909-10) and the China Educa- 
tional Commission (1922) ; and other papers dealing mostly 
with foreign education, missions, and religious organizations. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of the Burton family and the Divinity School of the 
University of Chicago, 1953. 

Butler, Edward Burgess, 1853-1928, collector 

BuUer-Gunsaulus collection, 16th-20th centuries. 2 ft 
In University of Chicago Library. 

Chiefly letters relating to American history, collected by 
Butler and Frank Wakeley Gunsaulus (1856-1921) Rep- 
resented m the collection are John Adams, John Quincy 
Adams, Benedict Arnold, Henry Ward Beecher, Thomas 
Hart Benton^ John Brown, -William Cullen Bryant, James 
Buchanan, George Washington Cable, Roscoe Conkline 
Gen. Henry Dearborn, Stephen A. Douglas, Ralph Waldo 
Emerson, Desidenus Erasmus, Millard Filmore, Benjamin 
Franklin, Horatio Gates, George m, Bug of England, 
Ulysses S. Grant, Horace Greeley, Nathanael Greene, Wade 
Hampton, John Hancock, Dennis F. Hanks, Oliver Wen- 
dell Holmes, Samuel Houston, Washington Irving, Andrew 
Jackson, John Jay, Thomas Jefferson, Sir William Johnson, 
Tadeusz Kosciuszko, the Marquis de Lafayette, Abraham 
Lincoln, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, James Madisc* 
John Marshall, Philip Melancthon, Herman Melville, Jamef 
Monroe, Gouverneur Morris, Robert Morris, WiUiam Moul- 
trie, Napoleon i, Sir Robert Peel, Timothy Pickering, Israel 
Putnam, Josiah Quincy, Theodore Roosevelt, Benjamin 
Rush, Arthur St. Clair, Philip Schuyler, Winfield Scott, 
William H. Seward, Joseph Story, Charles Sumner, Roger 
Brooke Taney, Martin Van Buren, Victoria, Queen of Eng- 
land, George Washington, and Anthony Wayne 
Unpublished checklist in the library. 
Gift of Messrs. Butler and Gunsaulus. 

CabaHero, Fernan, pteud. of Cecilia Bohl de Faber, $£ 

Papers, 1856-76. ca. 620 items. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

In part, transcripts made by the library ca. 1910 from 
original letters loaned by Don Miguel Verlarde, Don Manuel 
Asenao, Marques de Jerez de los Caballeros, Manuel Castel- 
lano, and the Ducque de Serclaes. 

Spanish novelist Letters, documents, extracts of articles, 
anddraft and corrected MSS., mostly in Spanish, with some 
in French. Most of the letters are addressed to Antoine de 
LaTour (1808-1881), French poet and literary historian of 
Spain, and concern literary matters and political affairs in 
Spain. 

Campbell, Beatrice Stella (Tanner) 1865-1940 MS64r "^ 
Papers, 1904-38. ca. 160 items. 
In University of Chicago Library. 

English actress. Mostly correspondence; together with 
photon, Playbills, broadsides, and clippings of some of Mrs. 
Campbells performances. Most of the letters are to Har- 
nett Carolan wife of Frank Carolan (later Mrs. Arthur 
bcnermerhorn) and include remarks about American audi- 



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Campbell, Beatrice Stella (Tanner) 1865-1940. Papers, 
1904-38. (Continued) 

ences, opening nights, mishaps on stage, and famous people 
such as George Bernard Shaw, Charles Laughton, and 
Katherine Cornell Other correspondents inclnde "Mis. 
Campbell's children, Stella and Allan; and her second hus- 
band, George CornwaHis-West. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Deposited by Mrs. C. Phillip Miller, 1963. 

MS64-50 
Castle, Henry Northrup, 1862-1895. 

Papers, 1872-95. ea. 4 ft. (ca. 1500 items) 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Journalist and political leader, of Honolulu. Personal cor- 
respondence; college essays and other writings; typewri tten 
copy and printer's proofs of Henry Northrup Castle: letters 
(1902), edited by Helen and George Herbert Mead; per- 
sonal correspondence of Castle's immediate family, and mis- 
cellaneous family papers. Includes correspondence with 
George Herbert Mead. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of John U. Nef, 1959. 

MS64-51 
Chamberhn, Thomas Crowder, 1843-1928. 
Papers, 1880-1928. 3 ft. 
In University of Chicago Library. 

Geologist. Personal and professional correspondence; 
autobiographical notes, recollections, and reminiscences; bib- 
liography of Chamberlin's published works; and papers con- 
cerning his planetesimal hypothesis studies, the Oriental 
^ Education Investigation, the U. S. Geological Survey, and 
4P* the University of Chicago. 
Acquired, 1953. 

MS 64-52 
Chicago. Committee of Fifteen. 

Papers, 1912-18. 26 v. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Carbon copies of MS. notes made by investigators during 
their investigations of vice and prostitution in Chicago. 

Gift of the University of Chicago Department of Sociol- 
ogy, 1948. 

MS64-63 
Chicago. First Baptist Church. 

Eecords, 1881-1906. 71 items. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Correspondence concerning the securing of a new pastor in 
1881-82 and in 1903; correspondence and other documents 
concerning a tenth anniversary celebration (1892) of the 
pastorate of Dr. Poindexter Smith Henson (1831-1914); 
and short histories of the church written in 1897, 1903, and 
1906. Most <..f the letters are addressed to a Brother Edward 
Goodman. 

Gift of E. 1). Burton, 1952. 

MS64-54 
A Chicago. University. Charles R. Walgreen Foundation for 
^* the Study of American Institutions. 
Records, 1938-56. 2ft. 
In University of Chicago library. 

Correspondence concerning grants to the University of 
Chicago Committee on Human Development, Walgreen 
Scholarship Fund, Walgreen scholars, lecture series and 
suggested speakers and series, and publication of the lec- 
tures; biographical information about Charles Walgreen; 



research reports by students holding Walgreen schola r shi p s ; 
notes on the history of the foundation; lecture notices; and 
transcripts of 12 series of lectures given under the founda- 
tion's auspices. 

Unpubhshed guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Deposited by the foundation, 1962. 

MS64-55 
Chicago. University. Dept. of Anthropology. 

Ethno-history collection, 16th-19th centuries. 163 items 
and 140 reels of microfilm (positive) 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Photocopies (negative) of 163 maps. 

Letters, reports, documents, histories, memoirs, diction- 
aries, maps, and other papers taken from originals in various 
American and foreign repositories, relating to the first con- 
tact between Indians and white men in the greater Missis- 
sippi Valley from the Lake-of-the-Woods region to the 
Natchez-Mobile region. Includes narratives of traders, ex- 
plorers, missionaries, military missions, territorial governors, 
Indian agents, and settlers, regarding their activities. 

Unpublished guide in the library, with abstracts and 
calendars of some portions of the collection also available. 
Also described in Indian villages of the Illinois country, by 
Sarah Jpnes Tucker (1942) 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of the department, 1951. 

MS 64-^56 
Chicago. University. Library. 

Account books, 18th-19th centuries. 22 v. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Miscellaneous account books, chiefly American, including: 
Pennsylvania farmer's account book (1780-95) containing 
financial records, tax payments, work agreements, weather 
reports, and births and deaths; Virginia account book 
(1802-04 and 1811-17) containing accounts received and 
paid out, tax receipts, and expenditures for butter, whiskey, 
cloth, and other items; account book (1788-91) kept at 
Temple Patrick, Ire.; daybook (1818) of Parker Whittle, 
general store dealer; Newcastle daybook (1830-43); ac- 
counts of cattle and grain sold (1811-41) by W. W. Win- 
testen; account book (1846-53) of goods bought and sold, 
and income from farm and expenses of Daniel Carl; ac- 
count book (1791-1801) of James Lock, merchant and 
owner of Lock's Hotel, Newburyport, Mass.; ledger (1784- 
1807) of Christopher Cushing and Company (later Cushing 
and Jerome Loring Company), merchants of Bath, Me., 
also containing accounts (1863-64) of David B. Loring, 
Maine farmer; daybook (1809-23) of John Jones, realtor, 
merchant, and farmer of Falmouth, Me.; record of visits, 
charges, and accounts (1811-26) of Dr. John Thurston, 
Penobscot, Me.; account book (1765-1823) of Joseph and 
Moses Wells, tavern owners of Hampton, Me.; daybook 
(1809) of Nathan H. Frost, merchant of Andover, Mass.; 
account book (1788-1824) of Daniel Hill, merchant of 
Exeter, N. H.; account book (1788-1824) of Amos Merrill, 
shopkeeper of Chester, N. H.; account book (1805-08) con- 
taining invoices and miscellaneous clippings of Samuel 
Greene, Massachusetts merchant; accounts (1790-1805) of 
workers paid for services, HaJlowelL Me.; merchant's ac- 
count book (1812-15), Maine; account book (1805-35) of 
Christian Garvor, German merchant of Virginia; tavern 
account book (1825-27) ; real estate and merchant's account 
book (1812-36); and merchant's account book (1838-39), 
Commerce City (later Nauvoo) HL 

Purchases, 1931-47. 



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_. - . MS 64-57 

Chicago. University. Library. 

American Civil War miscellany, 1859-84. 121 items. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Civil War letters (1860-68) from Daniel, James, and 
Seth Bonney, soldiers in Massachusetts regiments, to their 
parents; correspondence, indictments, and subpoena© relat- 
ing to the proposed trial of Jefferson Davis (1808-1889) 
including letters among L H Chandler, Richard HL Dana, 
William Evarts, Charles O'Conor, Henry Stanbery, and 
Edwin Stanton; letters (1864-84) of Winfield Scott Han- 
cock (1824-1886) to Samuel Sullivan Cox (1824-1889), 
U. S. Representative from Ohio, concerning political mat- 
tors, particularly following the -election of 1880; diary 
(1862-63) of Herbert E. Mason, captain of the 20th Massa- 
chusetts Volunteers who saw action at Antietam, Fredericks- 
burg, and Gettysburg; and letters (1859-64) of Sanford 
TruesdelL Union Army soldier from Connecticut, giving 
accounts of army life, the battles of Fredericksburg and 
Gettysburg, and guard duty at a prison camp for Confed- 
erate officers in Sandusky, Ohio. 

Gifts and purchases, 1939-64. 



#-.« „ MS 64-58 

Uiucago. University. Library. 

American legal personalities, 1838-1944. 86 items. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Papers of Jonathan Young Scammon (1812-1890) and 
Clarence Seward Darrow (1857-1938). The Scammon 
papers (1838-90) include correspondence pertaining mostly 
to his Chicago law practice, with references to his business, 
humanitarian, and religious activities ; and drafts of speeches 
welcoming Lyman Trumbull and denouncing Carl Schurz. 
The Darrow papers (1919-44) include correspondence, 
speeches, articles, MS. of an unpublished short story, press 
releases issued by Darrow during the Scopes trial containing 
the testimony of defense witnesses who were scientific ex- 
perts; together with correspondence of his widow, Ruby H. 
Darrow, memorials, and eulogies following his death 

Unpublished guides in the library. 

Gift of Clark Reed, 1942 ; and Mrs. Ruby H Darrow, 1958. 



n.t««. tt • •*-,-., MS 64-59 

Chicago. University. Library. 

English men of letters, 1775-1887. 191 items. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

In part, photocopies (negative) of originals in the Mill- 
Taylor Collectaon, Library of the London School of Eco- 
nomics, of the John Stuart Mill-John Elliott Cairnes 
material. 

rtS 1 SK^"*r ( 1844 - 75 > of B *y*n Waller Procter 
(1787-1874), English poet and playwright who wrote under 
the pseudonym Barry Cornwall, and his wife, Anne Benson 
(Skepper) Procter (1799-1888), with Robert and Elizabeth 
Browning concerning literary topics; letters (1860) of John 
Murray in (1808-1892), publisher, to William Hepworth 
Dixon (1821-1879) ; correspondence (1810-45) of Lord 
Ripon (1782-1859) and John Wilson Croker (1780-1857), 
secretary to the Admiralty, concerning routine government 
business, commentary on politics and politicians, and per- 
sonal affairs; letters (1882-37) of William Bell Scott (1811- 
/i «»' Englidl P 061 md painter, to Arthur Joseph Munby 
(1828-1910), English poet, concerning art, architecture, 



literary topics, and personal matters; letters (1795-1857) of 
Walter Savage Landor (1775-1864) mostly to John Forster 
(1812-1876) dealing with literary topics; letters (1851-54) 
of Douglas William Jerrold (1803-1857) to William Hep- 
worth Dixon concerning literary topics and personaLj 
matters; two reports of John Stuart Mill (1806-1873) eaM 
titled Trade with India, and Intercourse between the United 
States and the British Colonies in the West Indies, together 
with critical notes of John Elliott Cairnes (1823-1875) of 
Mill's Principles of political economy (1848), and cor- 
respondence (1864-72) between the two men; thirty dis- 
courses (1775-81), some with appended shorthand notes, of 
James Bonar (1757-1821) Scottish solicitor, on abstract 
questions of philosophy, ethics, political science, and moral- 
ity; and sermons (1782-1827) of George Crabbe (1754- 
1832), English poet and clergyman. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gifts and purchases from various sources. 

_ . MS 64-60 

Chicago. University. Library. 

Finnish folk tales. ca,4ft 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Transcriptions (typewritten) with interlinear handwrit- 
ten translations into English, of originals in the archives of 
the Finnish Literary Society of Helsinki 

Includes magic tales, religious tales, stories of supernatu- 
ral adversaries, numskull stories, jokes and anecdotes about 
married couples, women, and others. 

The tales are arranged according to the Aarnes- Thompson 
folk tale classification system (cf. Folklore fellows communi- 
cations, no. 74 (1928) ) 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Purchased from the Finnish Literary Society of Helsinki 



1927-30. 



^. , T MS 64-61 

Chicago. University. Library. 

Lincoln historical collection, 1608-1918. 2 ft. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

In part, photocopies. 

Papers relating to Abraham Lincoln and his family, in- 
cluding a deed (1608) from one of his ancestors in Norfolk, 
Eng., 40 papers of Lincoln, and letters and documents of his 
grandfather, father, wife, and sons; together with papers 
of leaders and participants in affairs before, during, and 
after the Civil War. 

Indexed in card catalog in the library. 

Gift and purchase from various sources. 

„.. MS 64-62 

Chicago. University. Library. 

Miscellaneous English county, court, and royal documents. 
1399-1826. 2 ft, ca. 180 items, and 6 v. 
In University of Chicago Library. 

Obligatory bonds, leases, mortgages, releases, articles of 
agreement, marriage settlements, quit claims, copyholds, 
wills, and other official documents (1409-1826) from Norfolk 
Co., Eng.; record (1730-1808) of the proceedings of the 
Courts-baron at Glevering Hall, Suffolk, Eng.; court rolls. 
(1609-87) for the Manor of Lymington, Hampshire, Enj^ 
"including books of the court leet and frankpledge, bound 
ahronologically into one volume; court rolls (1399-1659) of 
.he Manor of Tey Magna, Essex, Eng. ; recognizances (1558- 
1625) in Latin and English issued by justices of the peace of 
the County of Kent, Eng.; royal commissions of the 16th 
and 17th centuries, from the reign of Henry vm to Charles n, 
together with several lists of barons, bishops, and others 
composing the House of Lords; and royal ordinances (1312- 



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Chicago. University. Library. Miscellaneous English 

county, court, and royal documents, 1399-1826. 
(Continued) 
1483) in Latin and English concerning prelates, counts, and 
f barons. 

Items described individually in Census of medieval and 
Renaissance manuscripts in the XT. S. and Canada (1986) 
by Seymour De BiccL 
Purchased separately, 1923-32. 

_■ „ MS64-63 

Chicago. University. Library. 

Miscellaneous manuscript collection, ca. I6th-20th cen- 
fairies. 3 ft (ca. 235 items) 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Primarily letters of American origin, including items 
written and/or signed by John Quincy Adams; Jane Ad- 
dams; Matthew Arnold; George Bancroft; John Bright; 
James Buchanan; Aaron Burr; John C. Calhoun; Thomas 
Carlyle; Willa Cather; CamiUo Benso, conte di Cavour; 
Charles r, King of England; Charles v, Emperor of the 
Holy Roman Empire; Henry Clay; Samuel Clemens; 
Grover Cleveland; Richard Cobden; Caleb Cushing; Clar- 
ence Darrow; Charles Darwin; Jefferson Davis; Charles 
Dickens; Ralph Waldo Emerson; Edward Everett; Cyrus 
Field; Benjamin Franklin; Albert Gallatin; George m, 
King of England; George rv, King of England; Ulysses S. 
Grant; Alexander Hamilton; John Hancock; William 
Henry Harrison; Rutherford B. Hayes; Julia Ward Howe; 
Isaac Hull; Andrew Jackson; the Marquis de Lafayette; 
Mary Lamb; Walter Savage Landor; Richard Henry Lee; 
Abraham Lincoln; Henry Wadsworth Longfellow; Louis 
xrv, King of France; Thomas Babington Macaulay; James 
Madison; William L. Marcy; Cotton Mather; Napoleon i; 
)P Napoleon m; Philip n, King of Spain; James Polk; Ed- 
mund Randolph ; Franklin Delano Roosevelt; Jared Sparks ; 
William Graham Sumner; Alfred Tennyson; Alexis de 
Tocqueville; Lord TOwnshend; Charles Edward Trevelyan; 
Martin Van Buren; George Washington; Daniel Webster; 
William m, King of England; Woodrow Wilson; and 
William Wirt 

Checklist in the library. 

Acquired from various sources. 

MS 64-64 
Chicago. University. Norman Wait Harris Memorial 
Foundation. 

Records, 1923-56. 13 ft 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Papers concerning the establishment and operation of a 
foundation for the study of international relations. In- 
cludes correspondence, minutes of meetings of the committee 
in charge of the foundation, financial records, program 
plans, draft speeches, lists of participants in various activ- 
ities, and the published texts of the Reports of round tables. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 
- Deposited by the foundation, 1952 and 1956. 

♦ MS 64-65 

Chicago. University. University Extension Division. 
American Institute of Sacred Literature. 

Records, 1880-1943. 11 ft 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Correspondence, financial reports, samples of tie corre- 
spondence courses and old survey courses, reading course 
reviews, and a complete set of the institute's publication, The 
Institute (1917-34). Topics covered include the work of 
William Rainey Harper, who founded the institute, Ira M. 



Price, and Edgar J. Goodspeed; the Bible study movement 
in the U. S.; the Chautauqua summer schools; and the 
Modernist-Fundamentalist controversy. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Deposited by the University of Chicago Divinity School, 
1955. 

MS64-66 
Chicago Mechanics' Institute. 

Records, 1849-194L ca.4ft 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Papers (mostly 1875-1914) including correspondence con- 
cerning the institute's educational activities, historical mate- 
rials, legal documents, minutes of meetings, membership 
lists, and financial records. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of the institute. 

MS64-S7 
Chicago review. 

Records, 1953-57. 22 folders and 9 plates. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Business and literary correspondence, corrected galleys, 
and zinc plates of original illustrations by Ben Shahn. In- 
cludes letters from Conrad Aiken, Bernard Berenson, E. E. 
Chimmings, Isabella Gardner, Marianne Moore, Henry Rago, 
and others. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of the editors of the Chicago review, 1955 and 1957. 

MS 64-68 
Clark, Solomon Henry, 1861-1927. 

Papers, 1911-22. 10 folders. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Educator and lecturer. Correspondence, press notices, 
holograph notes and drafts of speeches, and articles relating 
to Clark's lectures on effective public speaking, salesman- 
ship, and advertising, with emphasis on motivational re- 
search. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library! 

Acquired, ca. 1957. 

MS64-«9 
Chrke, Adam, 1760 ?-1832. 

Letters, 1794-1828. 59 items. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Methodist clergyman and theologian. Letters from 
Clarke to his wife covering his travels over various church 
circuits, and including information on church affairs, vari- 
ous Methodist church conferences, his experiences in the 
English provinces, the squalid living conditions of the Irish 
peasants, and an epidemic which struck London in the 
spring of 1814. Includes two letters to his daughter. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

MS 64-70 
Commission on Freedom of the Press, 

Records, 1944-47. 5 ft (123 items) 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Memoranda, statements, synopses of meetings, reports of 
committees, minutes and summaries of discussions, and 
other papers. Commission members include Robert M. 
Hutchins, chairman; Robert D. Leigh, director; Harold 
Lasswell; Archibald MacLeish; Jacques Maritain; Charles 
E. Merriam; Reinhold Niebuhr; Robert Redneld; Beardsley 
Ruml; and Arthur M. Schlesinger. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of the commission through Robert D. Leigh, 1947. 



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MS 64-71 
Committee for Aid to German and Austrian Scholars. 

Records, 1946-48. 425 items. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Papers of a fnndraising organization formed at the Uni- 
versity of Chicago in 1946 to send G A. R. E. packages, books, 
research supplies and academic papers to faculty and stu- 
dents in German and Austrian universities. Consists of cor- 
respondence with C. A. R. E. aid recipients, and donors in- 
cluding Edward Mallinckrodt, Fred Pabst, and Harold H. 
Swift; fundraising campaign material; job requests and 
associated documents; and reports on conditions in postwar 
Germany. 

Unpublished guide in the library 

Gift of O. J. M. Jolles, 1962. 



MS 64-72 
Committee to Frame a World Constitution. 

Records, 1945-51. 13 ft 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Correspondence; files of the committee secretariat; docu- 
ments used as the basis for discussions in the committee's 
meetings; stenographic transcripts of the meetings; docu- 
ments issued by the committee; a copy of the Preliminary 
draft of a world constitution; a complete set of Common 
cause, the journal of the committee; and MSS. of articles 
and other material connected with the committee and the 
world federation movement. Members of the committee 
include Mortimer J. Adler, Stringfellow Barr, G. A. Bor- 
gese, Albert Guerard, Robert M. Hntchins, Robert Redfield, 
and Rexf ord TugwelL 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of the committee, 1951. 



MS 64-73 
Cook, Orator Fuller, 1867-1949. 

Papers, 1891-1945. 33 folders. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Botanist and college president. Correspondence, business 
materials, publications, photos., and other papers about 
Liberia ; Liberian folklore ; the College of Liberia, of which 
Cook was president; colonization societies; missionaries in 
Liberia; and botanical collections and specimens for dona- 
tion. Includes letters from L M Underwood, noted Ameri- 
can botanist. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Dr. Helen Cook Newman. 



MS 64-74 
Coulton, George Gordon, 1858-1947. 

Papers, 1876-194L ca. 13 ft. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

English historian. Papers (mostly 1900-20) of Coulton, 
professor of medieval history at the University of Cam- 
bridge, including correspondence; notes on monasticism, 
usury, and other topics; indexes; and notebooks containing 
extracts and notes made at the British Museum on source 
material The letters include some information on the anti- 
pacifist National Service League and its campaign for 
compulsory conscription during World War I. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Purchased from Mr. Coulton, 1946. 



MS64-75 
Cart, Louis, chevalier de, 1722-1804. 

Manuscrits provenant de Louis de Curt, commissaire de 
la marine, 1771-92. 2 v. 

In University of Chicago Library. ^ 

Commissaire du roi. Documents, mostly copies of reports ' 
made to the French government, on various colonial and 
commercial matters. Volume 1, entitled Memoires snr lee 
colonies, sur le commerce, deals primarily with colonies in 
the Caribbean, and contains material on Saint-Domingue 
(now Haiti), the slave trade, the problem of mulattoes and 
their status, and other related matters. Volume 2, entitled 
Etablissemens au de la du Cap de Bonne Esperance, deals 
with French trade with India and China, and concerns 
French possessions in the Indian Ocean, including fie de 
France (Mauritius), Bourbon (Reunion), Madagascar, and 
the Cape of Good Hope. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Acquired, 1953. 



MS64-76 
Dennis, Helen I 

Papers, 1897-1943. 500 items. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Leader in the theosophical movement. Letters and 
papers, mostly relating to the scandals concerning C. W. 
Leadbeater, a leader of the Theosophical Society, in 1906. 
Correspondents include Annie Besant, Aluaqmflair Fullerton, 
andS. R. Mead. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Dennis, 1943. 



MS 64-77^ 
Dewey, John, 1859-1952. W 

Letters, 1894-1906. ca. 100 items. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Philosopher and educator. Letters covering Dewey's 
years at the University of Chicago as head professor of the 
Dept of Philosophy and Dept of Pedagogy and as director 
of the School of Education. The material reflects the evo- 
lution of his educational ideas, and deals with his adminis- 
trative activities; his <ihraWi»g on pedagogy as a university 
discipline; teacher training as a university function; the 
proper role of an organizational unit devoted to educational 
study, teaching, and research within an embracing univer- 
sity framework; and the purpose, operation, and fiwiynmiig 
of the Dewey School. 

Described in A preliminary listing of Dewey letters, 1894- 
1904, by Robert L. McCaul in School and society (Oct. 
1959) 



MS 64-78 
Dilke, Charles Wentworth, 1789-1864. 
Correspondence, 1830-60. 54 items. 
In University of Chicago Library. 

English critic and antiquarian. Correspondence from lit- 
erary and public officials, mainly concerning the Athenaeum, 
a periodical Dilke edited from 1830-46. 
Grift of the University of Chicago Almmii 1927. A 



MS64-79 
Douglas, Stephen Arnold, 1813-1861. 

Papers, 1835-61. ca. 23 ft. (ca. 16,000 items) 
In University of Chicago Library. 
U. S. Senator from Illinois. Mostly letters (1855-61) 
written to Douglas. They are arranged chronologically. 
Purchased from Robert Dick Douglas, 1932. 



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MS 64-80 
Duckworth, Sir John Thomas, 1748-1817. 

Papers, 1808-12. ca. 70 items. 

In University of Chicago library. 

British naval officer. Papers (1810-42) pertaining to 
M| Duckworth's position as Governor and commander in chief 

of Newfoundland, including correspondence with his cap- 
tains concerning their sailing orders; standing orders for 
the Port of Saint John's, Newfoundland; and forms and 
reports submitted by the captains concerning the condition 
of their ships, provisions, and crews. The material relates 
to American fishing rights on the Grand Banks, the pro- 
hibition of American trade with British colonials, the 
searching of American ships for contraband, the impress- 
ment of seamen from American, vessels, and other issues of 
importance in the War of 1812. Includes one personal letter 
(1808). 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Frank Webster Jay, 1927; and purchases. 

MS64-81 
Durrett, Reuben Thomas, 1824-1913, collector. 

Papers on Kentucky and the Ohio River Valley, 1674- 
1913. 35 ft (ca. 2800 items) 

In University of Chicago Library. 

In part, transcripts from many sources. 

Papers, mostly pertaining to the late 18th and early 19th 
centuries, including correspondence, deeds, petitions, land 
warrants, surveys, account books, muster rolls, diaries, 
memoirs, sermons, lectures, transcripts from the Haldi- 
mand papers in the Canadian Archives, transcripts of the 
Gardoqui despatches, and notes and copies gathered by 

Richard H. Collins and Durrett Includes material relating 
to men of national importance, such as Daniel Boone, 
^ George Rogers Clark, Alexander Hamilton, Thomas Jeffer- 
WP son, and James Wilkinson; as well as local individuals, 
families, and places, such as Mann Butler, Kentucky his- 
torian; Richard H. Collins, Kentucky historian; Joel 
Tanner Hart, Kentucky sculptor and poet; George Nicholas, 
political leader of Virginia and Kentucky, and attorney 
general of Kentucky; John Lewis family; Joshua Lacy 
Wilson, Presbyterian clergyman; the Edmund Lyne estate; 
the Shelby family, including Isaac Shelby, first governor of 
Kentucky ; Jefferson Co., Ky. ; and Louisville, Ky. 
Unpublished guide in the repository. 
Purchased from Mr. Durrett, 1918. 



MS 64-82 
al rey de Fez y Marruecos par Juan Enr. 
Torley, 1791-1801. 1 v. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Narrative and documents of an embassy to Morocco, con- 
sisting of a document in Dutch entitled, Reijze van de 
Captain Jan Hendrijk Torley in eene gezantschappije aan 
de Keyzer van Marocco, int jaar 1791 volgends ; and a series 
of letters, dispatches, orders, accounts, and other papers in 
Dutch, English, and French with the general title, Tratados 
de paz entre Su Magestad el Emperador de Fez y Mar- 
ruecos y La Sissima Republica Batava, Annos 1791-1801, 
Collection del Capitan del mar D. Juan Enrique Torley. 
£ Includes orders (1801) of Admiral Gardner from the 
Phoebe in Cork Harbour, Ire.; letters to Captain Bols; and 
an account of the goods and presents taken to Morocco by 
the expedition. 

Also described in A descriptive catalogue of manuscripts 
in the libraries of the University of Chicago (1912) by 
Edgar J. Goodspeed, p. 100-102. 

Purchased from the Berlin collection, 1891. Formerly 
owned by Carl Hopf. 



MS 64-83 
Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists. 

Records, 1946-51. 12 ft (ca. 12,000 items) 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Correspondence; official papers; financial records; memo- 
randa; minutes; papers of various scientific meetings; ma- 
terial relating to fundraising and educational campaigns; 
phonograph recordings of discussions at meetings; wire 
recordings of a conference held at Princeton, N. J. (Nov., 
1947) ; and a film entitled, The atomic bomb : peace or dis- 
aster! Includes letters of R. F. Bacher, Hans A Bethe, 
Edward U. Condon, Albert Einstein, Harold C. Urey, and 
V. F. Weisskopf. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of the committee, 1952. 



MS 64-64 
English, William Hayden, 1822-1896. 

Papers, 1671-1895. ca. 4 ft (ca. 1500 items) 

In University of Chicago Library. 

In part, transcripts; and photocopies (positive) 

Correspondence (1854-95), notes and transcripts, news- 
paper clippings, and a MS. copy of English's unpublished 
history of Indiana, for which he collected the source ma- 
terials in the collection. Includes papers of Jonathan 
Jennings (1784-1834), first Governor of Indiana; Jennings 
family correspondence; papers of the Governors of the Ter- 
ritory and State of Indiana, including general political cor- 
respondence, letters of recommendation and resignation, and 
petitions; documents (1762-1835) relating to the Territorial 
and State judiciary; photostats of the Indiana Territory 
Assembly journals in the Indiana. Historical Society Li- 
brary; and miscellaneous documents, including bonds, elec- 
tion and poll records, census, land sales, and letters by 
Thomas Jefferson and James Madison. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Willoughby Walling, 1924. 



MS 64-85 
Extraits des ordonnances, edits, declarations, arrets, regle- 
ments, et lettres patentes, concernant le commerce des isles 
et colonies fransoise ... 1665-^1770. 1 v. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Extracts, copied in the late 18th century, concerning 
French commercial law and its relation to French colonies. 
Major headings include Commerce Stranger, Reglements 
pour assurer le retour des vaisseaux en France. Reglements 
pour assurer les destinations pour les isles, Fixation des 
droits sur les marchandises des isles et colonies francpises, 
Commerce de la Louisianne, Commerce du Canada, and 
Commerce de Guinea. 

Purchase, 1949. 



MS 64-86 
Federation of American Scientists, 

Records, 1946-58. ca. 10 ft 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Correspondence, administrative files, minutes of meetings, 
financial records, subject files on topics dealing with atomic 
energy, newsletters, press releases, and miscellaneous docu- 
ments. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of the federation, 1960. 



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-, . „ MS64-87 

Fenni, Enrico, 1901-1954. 

Papers, 1919-54. ca.21ft 

In University of Chicago library. 

Nuclear physicist Papers dealing almost exclusively 
with Fermi's professional career in the U. S. since 1938, 
including scientific correspondence, notebooks containing his' 
theories and the data from his experimental work, the MSS. 
of many of his published papers, lecture notes, and medals 
and awards received for his scientific contributions. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Fermi, 1955. 

Fight for Freedom. MS 64-88 

Becords of the Chicago Chapter, 1941-47. 5 ft (ca. 
13,000 items) 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Correspondence with local supporters and national head- 
quarters, press releases, clippings, and other papers con- 
cerning motorcades, rallies, speakers, distribution of litera- 
ture, and other propaganda efforts of the committee to have 

S'LYl 8 ; enter Warld War tt Correspondents include 
Herbert Agar, a member of the board; Courtenay Barber, 
Jr., director of the Chicago Chapter; L. M. Birkhead, direc- 
tor of Friends of Democracy; Ernest Davies; Arthur 
IJerwmian, author of Under cover (1943) under the pseudo- 
nym _Jolui Boy Carlson; Clark M. Eichelberger; and Denni- 
son U. Hul . The material postdating December 7, 1941, is 
the personal correspondence of Mr. Barber. 

Unpublished guide in the Library. 

Gift of Courtenay Barber, 1960. 

« i - — - _ MS 64-89 

(Sale, Henry Gordon,- 1874-1942. 

Papers, 1896-1941. ca.lft 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Physicist, and dean of the University of Chicago Division 
of Physical Sciences. Correspondence, chiefly administra- 
tive and professional; MSS. of some of Gale's books; lec- 
ture notes; and notebooks, some of which relate to his work 
as a graduate student. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift, 1958. 

*, * ~ , MS 64-90 

Gates, Frederick Taylor, 1858-1929. ^^ 

Correspondence, 1888-1906. 14 folders. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Baptist clergyman and business executive. Correspond- 
ence (1889-1906) concerned with the founding, support and 
development of the University of Chicago; together with 
letters (1888-92) connected with the American Baptist Edu- 
cation Society, of which Gates was secretary. Correspond- 
ents include Thomas Wakefield Goodspeed; William Bainey 
Harper, first president of the University of Chicago; and 
H. L. Morehouse. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

_ . ' , MS 64-91 

Gdderland (Dutch man-of-war) 

Becords, 1800-02. lbox. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Logbooks (in Dutch), accounts, provision lists, muster 
rolls, lists of ships convoyed, and other papers dealing with 
the activities of a Dutch ship under Capt J. Talleken when 
it was attached to the British Navy following its capture. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Purchased from Bibliotheca Caroli Hoplii, 1927. 



_ MS64-92 

Gide, Andre* Paul Gofllaiime, 1869-1951. 

Letters to Francis Viele-Griffin, 1891-1924. 50 items. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

French novelist and poet Letters (mostly 1891-1911) to 
Viele-Griffin (1864-1937) a French symbolist poet, reflecting 
over thirty years of French literary history and revealing 
various facets of Gide's personality. 

Unpublished guide in the library. Also described in Gide 
et Viele-Griffin: documents inSdits, by Beatrice W. Jasinski 
in Modem philology, v. 55, no. 2 (Nov., 1957) p. 103-123. 

Acquired, 194L 



Gilkey, Charles Whitney, 1882- MS64-33 

Papers, 1923-42. 1 box. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Baptist clergyman and dean of the University of Chicago 
Chapel. Correspondence on the University Chapel (ako 
^SEoa? Sf* 6 *^ Memorial Chapel), correspondence 
(1928-29), of the Committee on the Presidency of the Uni- 
versity, minutes of the Commission for the Study of Moral 
and Beligioos Influence and Agencies in Higher Education, 
and miscellaneous letters from Max Mason, John D. Rocke- 
feller, Jr., and Julius Rosenwald. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Dr. Gilkey, 1947. 



„ , , . "" MS 64-94 

Godolphin, Charles, 1648 (ca.)-1720. 

Letters to Richard Bulstrode, 1680-82. 102 items. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

British Tory politician. Letters to Bulstrode (1610-1711) jfa 
an English resident in Brussels, providing him with news of^ 
some foreign affairs, and of all important events in Eng- 
land, especially in London and at court. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Purchased from Percy Dobell and Son, 1923. 



MS 64-95 
Goodrich, Eunice, fi. 1870-1920. 

Papers, ca. 1870-1920. 2ft. (126 items) 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Actress and leader of repertoire company. Correspond- 
ence, MSS. of plays by Miss Goodrich, prompt books, clip- 
pings, and photos.; together with contracts and business 
papers of the Eunice Goodrich Company. Includes legal 
documents and patents on sewing mm-hiim parts of her 
father, H. C. Goodrich of Chicago. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Theodora Pottle, 196L 



„ . MS 64-96 

Goodspeed, Thomas Wakefield, 1842-1927 

Papers, 1884-1927. 3 ft 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Baptist clergyman. Papers of Goodspeed, secretary of# 
the Board of Trustees of the University of Chicago, includ- 
ing correspondence (mostly 1890-1908) ; and notebooks, mis- 
cellaneous documents, and reports concerning the Univer- 
sity. Includes drafts of his History of the University of 
Chicago, and minutes of the Committee of the Board on 
Harper Memorial Library. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Edgar J. Goodspeed, 1954. 



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MS 64-97 
Grant, Elijah P 1810-1874. 

Papers, 1843-71. ca. 2 ft. (ca. 300 items) 

la University of Chicago library. 

Utopian socialist Correspondence, memoranda, circulars, 
% and other papers of Grant, founder of a Fourierist phalanx 
in Ohio, including 12 letter books (1843-45, 1868-74) ; 121 
letters to Grant; MSS. on the Order of Adelphi, a credit 
union cooperative society; and material on Silkville, the 
communitarian Kansas colony founded by Ernest Valeton 
de Boissiere. 

Unpublished guide in the library. Also described in 
Elijah Grant and the Ohio Phalanx, by Carlton Smith, an 
unpublished master's thesis, submitted to the University of 
Chicago in 1950. 

Gift of Janet Monroe Curtis and Mary B. Wallace, 1930. 

MS6448 
Gridley family. 

Papers, 1847-1920. ca. 1 ft (ca. 1500 items) 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Mostly family letters; together with business letters, re- 
ceipts, bills, and miscellaneous printed matter, of the Grid- 
ley family of northern Illinois. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of George N. Gridley. 

MS 64-99 
Gunther, John, 1901- 

Papers, 1936-61. 200 ft. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Journalist and author. Correspondence, including the 
complete correspondence (1936-49) between Gunther and 
Harper Brothers, notes, drafts, interviews, and clippings; 
£k together with materials gathered for Gunther's books, Meet 
w the Congo, Alexander the Great Julius Caesar, The Golden 
Fleece, Taken at the flood, and Inside Europe today; and 
MSS., printer's proofs, and galley proofs of Inside U. S. A^ 
Inside Europe, Death be not proud, Inside Asia, Inside 
Africa, Inside Russia, Roosevelt in retrospect Eisenhower; 
the mfln and the symbol, Behind the curtain, The riddle of 
MacArthur, and Inside Latin America. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Open to investigators having the permission of Mr. 
Gunther. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Deposited by Mr. Gunther, 1959 and 1962. 

MS 64-100 
Gurley, William Frank Eugene, 1854-1943. 

Correspondence, 1869-97. 2 ft. (2009 items) 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Civil engineer, geologist, and professor at the University 
of Chicago. Letters written to Gurley by several hundred 
amateur and professional paleontologists with whom he ex- 
changed fossils. Correspondents include W. H. Barris, 
Charles S. Beaehler, John C. Branner, G. C. Broadhead, 
John Collett, John M. Coulter, Edward Drinker Cope, 
James D. Dana, Thomas Davidson, Sir John William Daw- 
son, Stephen Alfred Forbes, Albert Gaudry, Grove Karl 
£> Gilbert, James Hall, Franz von Hauer, James Alexander 
Henshail, Alpheus Hyatt, Isaac Lea, Frank Leverett, J. 
Peter Lesley, Leo Lesquereux, William McAdams, Fielding 
Bradford Meek, Patrick Hues Mell, Edwin Thomas Mer- 
rick, Samuel A Miller, Nathan Jackson Morrison, Edward 
S. Morse, John Strong Newberry, H. Alleyne Nicholson, 
Edward F. Orton, Alpheus Spring Packard, Jr., John 
Wesley Powell, Charles S. Prosser, E. C. Quereau, Ferdi- 
nand Roemer, R R Rowley, James Merrill Safford, Orestes 



St John, Charles Schuchert, Samuel H Scudder, Francis 
Huntington Snow, John Francis Snyder, Frank Springer, 
James Edward Talmage, George Washington Tryon, 
Johann August Udder, E. O. Ulrich, Charles Wachsmuth, 
Charles D. Waleott, A G. Wetherby, Charles A White, 
Robert P. Whitfield, Henry Shaler Williams, and Amos 
Henry Worthen. 
Unpublished guide in the library. 



MS 64-101 
Hanson, James Christian Meinich, 1864-1943. 

Papers, 1900-43. 2 ft 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Librarian. Papers of Hanson, who was chief of the Cata- 
log Division, Library of Congress; associate director of the 
University of Chicago Libraries; and reorganizes of the 
Vatican library system. Includes correspondence concern- 
ing library policy, procedure, and administration; notes, 
copies and reprints of speeches and articles ; an unpublished 
autobiography; book reviews; and material concerning the 
American Library Association, the University of Chicago 
Graduate Library School, administration of the University 
of Chicago Libraries, and cataloging and classification pro- 
cedures. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Karl Jacobsen, 1956. 



MS 64-102 
Harper, Paul Vincent, 1889- 

Correspondence, 1941-49. 3 ft 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Correspondence of Harper, a trustee of the University of 
Chicago, primarily concerned with University fundraising 
and reorganization; the library; and the Encyclopaedia 
Britannica, which was, at the time, partly owned and edited 
by the University of Chicago. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 



MS 64-108 
Harper, Samuel Northrop, 1882-1943. 

Papers, 1900-43. ca. 30,000 items. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

In part, transcripts. 

Scholar and expert on Russia. Correspondence; docu- 
ments; translations; and reports, interviews, notes, and 
diaries relating to Russia, The correspondence reflects 
Harper's concern about Russian affairs, and includes letters 
from diplomats, journalists, pohtidans, academic specialists, 
and others; the documents were collected by Harper during 
his numerous visits to Russia and are records of meetings 
and other political activities of opposition and unofficial 
groups (1905-17) and a variety of official and unofficial ma- 
terial relating to the activities of political and economic 
organizations (after 1917) ; the translations are of Russian 
documents, articles, and newspaper articles from the Russian 
press, made by Harper for the State Dept and for himself ; 
and the reports, interviews, notes, and diaries consist of 
unpublished notes and analyses of events, confidential re- 
ports to the U. S. State Dept., transcripts of interviews with 
Russian public figures from 1905-14, accounts of his ex- 
tended travels in the provinces of the empire and the Soviet 
Union, and detailed notes on regional conditions of land 
tenure on the eve of World War r. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of the Harper family, 1945. 



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Harper, William Rainey, 1856-1906 Mr-104 

Papers, 1886-1906. ca. 10,000 items. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Stfucator. Official correspondence of Harper as president 
of the University of Chicago; together with his "red" note- 
books, which were diary-type journals of his ideas and ac- 
tivities. Includes some correspondence preceding the estab- 
lishment of the University. -~«— » «*™ ramo- 



Hart, Schaffner, and Marx. ^ 6 *~ 105 

Records, 1919-20. ca. 2 ft. 

In University of Chicago library. 

Papers relating to the Hart, Schaffner and Marx labor 
agreement of 1920, including correspondence between James 
H. Tufts (chairman of the Chicago Arbitration Board) and 
representatives of Hart, Schaffner, and Marx and the Amal- 
gamated Clothing Workers of America; reports of other 
Arbitration Board cases; reports of Arbitration Board rul- 
ings on work rules, standards, and stoppages; miscellaneous 
documents relating to labor relations in the clothing in- 
dustry ; and newspaper clippings. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the librarv. 

Gift of James H. Tufts. 



Heaton.DavidF MS6 ^ 106 

Papers, 1837-53. 204 items. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Government clerk. Business letters of Heaton (who was 
an expert on land patent claims) during and after his em- 
ployment in the General Land Office, Washington, D C • 
and personal letters from his wife and two sons in Porte 
mouth, Ohio. - 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Gifford S. Heaton, ca. 1930. 



Henderson, Charles Richmond, 1848-1915 

Papers, 1907-10. 2 ft. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Baptist clergyman and sociologist Papers of Henderson, 
who was chairman of the Dept of Sociology at the Univer- 
sity of Chicago, and International Prison Commissioner for 
the U. S., including correspondence and documents concern- 
ing the International Prison Ccinmission Congress in Wash- 
ington, D C. in 1910; miscellaneous material dealing with 
prison reform; Henderson's lecture notes for his sociology 
classes; and term papers written by his students. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 



d u r, . o. MS 64-108 

Henshaw, Paul Stewart, 1902- 

Papers, 1945-49. 2200 items. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

In part, photocopies (positive) 

Research radiologist. Correspondence, press releases, bul- 
letins, and pamphlet material largely concerned with the 
creation of a constructive attitude toward atomic energy, 
and reflecting the founding, growth, and development of 
the Association of Oak Ridge Engineers and Scientists, and 
other similar groups. The correspondence includes letters 



between Edward Tompkins and a number of scientists con- 
cerning an M.-G.-M. motion picture produced in 1946 about 
the bombing of Hiroshima, and letters dealing with 
scientists' interest in atomic energy legislation, especially 
the May-Johnson bill and the McMahon bilL 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Henshaw, 1963. 



_ . . ., . _^ MS64-109 

Hemek, Robert, 1868-1938. 

Papers, 1893-1938. ca. 13 ft (ca. 20,000 items) 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Author and professor of English. Correspondence with 
literary figures; MS. drafts of many of Herricies novels 
and shorter works; literary notebooks; teaching notes and 
outlines; and miscellaneous clippings of his newspaper and 
magazine articles. 

Gift of Robert Mores Lovett, 1939. 



w* i. j. * •. MS 64-110 

Hitchcock family. 

Papers, 1834-78. 97 items. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Correspondence, business papers, and assorted miscellany 
of Dexter and Sheldon Hitchcock and their families, includ- 
ing shipping receipts and bills of lading for the port of 
Mobile, Ala. (1834-35) ; personal accountbooks for the Chi- 
cago area in the early 1870's; letters from Union Army 
soldiers to friends and family in Aurora, HL; and letters 
concerning western lands. £( 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of William T. Hutchinson, 1960. Formerly owned 
byCarlHuth. 



„ MS 64-111 

Hoard, Samuel, b. 1800. 

Letter book, 1855-56. 1 v. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Businessman, of Chicago. Letters concerning the business 
affairs of Hoard, of Hoard and Avery, jewelers and watch- 



Purchased, 195L 



Hook, Theodore Edward, 1788-1841 MS64-112 

Letters, 1820-41. 1 v. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Britishauthor and humorist 116 letters written to John 
Wilson Croker (1780-1857), British statesman and essayist 
concerning current literary and political matters as well m 
many personal references reflecting the friendship between ^ 
the two men. ^h 

Described in Catalogue of a superb collection of holograph 
manuscripts, holograph correspondences, and holograph 
letters of British and continental celebrities of five centuries, 
? U n bl £ ! i?f d by J- Pears(m i"" 1 Company, London booksellers 
(1918?) p. 76. Excerpts from the letters were published in 
John Wilson Croker, by M F. Brightfield (1940) p 172-177 
248-254. ' 

Purchase, before 1940. 



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MS 64-113 



Hutchinson, William Thomas, 1895- 

Papers, 1941-58. 3 ft 

In University of CMcago library. 

Historian and educator. Correspondence, reports, memo- 
randa, minutes of meetings, and questionnaires connected 
with Hutchinson's work on various faculty and administra- 
tive committees at the University of Chicago; sample lec- 
tures (1941-42) prepared for orienting troops on the back- 
ground of World War n; and correspondence and record 
of meetings relating to his work with the Encyclopaedia 
Britannica. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Access restricted. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Hutchinson, 1960. 



MS64-114 

IngaDs, Jeremy, 1911- 

Correspondence, 1932-52. ca. 320 items. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Poetess. Correspondence with friends and publishers, 
including David Daiches, John Homes, Ferdinand SchevilL 
Thornton Wilder, and Tale University Press. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Miss Ingalls, 1954. 



MS64-115 
International Council of Religious Education. Americm 
Standard Bible Committee. 

Records, 1930-50. ca.4ft 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Drafts of chapters of tiie Bible as amended by the experts 
on the committee; the papers of J. M P. Smith, American 
theologian, relating to the work of the committee; minutes 
of the meetings of the committee and its subcommittees; 
inter-committee correspondence ; letters from the public; and 
press releases, general publicity, and clippings. 



MS '64-116 
Jay, Frank Webster, 1868- collector. \ 

Letters of physicians, surgeons, and scientists, 18th-19th 
centuries. 261 items. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Mostly single letters by men in medicine or related scien- 
tific fields, but including two sequences of letters (1750-77 
and 1770-94) of botanical interest from Casimir Cristoph 
Schmiedel and Karl Peter Thuhberg to J. and NVL. Bur- 
man. Other authors include J. A van Bemmelen, Herman 
Boerhaave, Alexander Brongniart, Bory de St Vincent, 
and many Dutch scientists. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Jay, 1927. 



MS 64-117 
Jones, Henry Arthur, 1851-1929. 

Letters to William Moy Thomas, 1875-93. 50 items. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

English dramatist Letters to William Moy Thomas 
(1828-1910), English novelist and journalist, referring to 
Jones' plays, including The silver king, Saints and sinners, 
The middleman, and The dancing girl; and to theatrical 
matters in general 

Purchased from Radford and Company, 1929. 



MS 64-118 
Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert dn Motier, 

marquk de, 1757-1834. 

Papers, 1~74-18±9. ca. 290 items. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

French statesman and Army officer. Consists of three' 
collections known as the Bonaventure Lafayette collection, 
the Lafayette-Crawford correspondence, and the Lafayette 
manuscripts, miscellaneous. The Bonaventure Lafayette 
collection includes letters and documents relating to the 
management of Lafayette's estates (1774-80) and to efforts 
of Lafayette's political and personal friends (1791-98) to 
have him released from an Austrian prison, including papers 
by Gen. Riehard Fitz-Patrick, Rufus King, James Monroe, 
William Pin kney , and others; correspondence with Fanny 
Wright and with Maria Malibran, the European singer and 
actress; and other material concerning Lafayette. The cor- 
respondence with William Harris Crawford (1772-1834) 
includes letters (1814-24) from Lafayette concerning poli- 
tical events in Europe and elsewhere. The miscellaneous 
MSS. include letters (1819-34) reflecting his later activities; 
and papers of the Lafayette family after his death. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Purchases, 1931, 1936, and 1930-55. The Bonaventure 
Lafayette Collection was formerly owned by the Marquis 
Renede Girardin and his son, Stanislaus. 



MS 64-119 

Lane, Ebenezer, 1793-1866. 

Papers, 1797-1890. 5 ft 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Lawyer and judge, of the Ohio Supreme Court. Corre- 
spondence with clients, business records of Lane's law prac- 
tice notes on cases he tried and heard as a lawyer and judge, 
travel journals (1835-38) of the Ohio Supreme Court cir- 
cuit study notes, a study (1840) of the Ohio county }ails, 
and letter books (1856-59) and other papers relating to his 
career as counsel for the Illinois Central Railroad; together 
with personal papers and scrapbooks of his son, Ebenezer S. 
Lane (1819-1892), physician, concerning civic and social 
affairs in Chicago. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Ebenezer and Fannie G. Lane, 1938. 



MS 64-120 

Latimer, Ronald Lane. 

Papers, 1934-38. ca. 500 items. 
In University of Chicago Library. 

Editor and publisher. Correspondence and poems from 
well known poets, particularly Wallace Stevens. 
Unpublished guide in the library. 
Information on literary rights available in the library. 
Gift of Mr. Latimer, 1940. 



MS 64-121 

Langhlin, James Laurence, 1850-1933. 

Papers, 1885-1914. 2 boxes. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Political economist and professor at Cornell University 
and the University of Chicago. Correspondence, primarily 
from editors and other persons commenting on Laughlins 
writings; together with drafts of his book, Credit of the 
nations (1918) and an article, Monopoly of labor. 



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Law, John, 1671-1729. MS 64 ~" 122 

Manuscrite sur les finances, 1715-20 2v 
in University of Chicago Library ' 
Scottish economist and chief financial minister of is,„„ 
M&noixes and documents on nrioJ&S^^ 

I«uis Antoine de rSSb^gS^,^.-- - 
member of the Council of Regency to w^n £w senSis 
memoires to gain support 
Unpublished guide in the library. Also described in Tohn 

**£ T™* ^P^^ by JohnlL S in(1924)^ 
Purchase, 1950. '" 



Leathes, William. MS ftM2S 

letters, 1716-19. l v. 

In Uiiiversity of Chicago library. 

Handwritten transcripts made ca. 1830 

English resident minister at Brussels and the Hague. 
Letters written by Leathes to William CadogaT itSS 
SUTa^SS^ V -*--*!*—* fife 
SS,2^ )! <UneS S^OP*. 1st earl Stanhope 

£5^22'' "?l- 0the S *» ^ 3En « lish government, con- 
cerning trade relations, European diplomacy, and the where- 

Gift of the Farr Fund, 1926. 



Levinson, Salmon Oliver, 1865-1941 MS 64-124 

Papers, 1913-11. ca. 37 ft. (ca. 50,000 items) 

In University of Chicago Library 

CoZZ'^-* 1 ^ "* P^^thropist, of Chicago 
Correspondence, diaries, documents reoorT« Vrf ^.I-T^" 

grams, cab egrams, pamphlets, and magarine Ind nZL 
paper clippings depicting the growth ^^s^Tf 

FrankB SET ^^T* Coolidee > Warren Harding; 
^? f • Kell °Pff. and Woodrow Wilson. ^* 

Chiefly gift of Mr. Levinson, 1937. 



Lewis, Fielding, 1763 ?-1834. ^ 64 ~ 125 

Business records, 1790-1834. ca. 1500 items. 
In University of Chicago Library 
^ Legal ^ documents, tax receipts, inventories, and other 

Weyanoke » along the James River, Charles City Ca VaT 
Unpublished guide in the library. ' 

Purchased from Pattie Douthat, 1929. 



^ ^f ^ Sk>ttB Mem "rial Fund collection, litoSt' 13 * 
200 items. 

In University of Chicago Library 

Mainly letters of Samuel King Allison (b. 1900), pro- 
fessor of physics at the University of Chicago, soliciting 
money fora Louis A Slotin Memorial Fundi, be usedto 
finance lectures in the sciences at the University of Chicago- 
rephes to the lattm; and reports on the size and proS 
of the fund. Includes correspondence pertaining to Slotin's 



death in 1946 which resulted from an accident with radio- 
active materials, and to the disposition of his personal 
library ; together with other material concerning his work as 
a physicist and physical chemist at Oak Ridge, Tenn., and 
Los Alamos, KM j-. 

Unpublished guide in the library. ™ 

Gift of Mr. Allison, 1963. 

Lovett, Robert Moras, 1870-1956. MS ** r ~ m 

Papers, 1876-1950. ca. 1 ft 
In University of Chicago Library 

tJ??T °£ En?lish at *" V ™*™*y of Chicago, secre- 
tory to the Governor of the Virgin Islands, and author 
Correspondence, lectures and lecture notes, articles, ad- 
dr^newspaper clippings, and official printed documents. 
Correspondents include Sherwood Anderson, Sidney BH1- 

^^^ ^ S ^ t Ltwia » «d FrSces PerMnT 
Unpublished guide in the library. ^^ 

Gift of Mr. Lovett, 1952. 

Lowden, Frank Orren, 1861-1943 MS 64-128 

Papers, 1895-1943. ca. 102 ft (ca. 200,000 items) 

In University of Chicago Library. 

U. S. Representative and Governor of Illinois. Cor- 

r^ondence, speeches, articles, interviews, public statements, 

scr^books, newspaper clippings, and printed and miW 

ES&l/T?" 1 ^ 6fly . relatiDg t0 Lo'den's politick 
activities including his gubernatorial campaign and his caT 

SKwf ^^^^ Presidential nomination (1920 
^ , } - *? dndes . m »terial concerning his personal, busi- 
ness, agricultural, civic, and charitable affairs: 

Unpublished guide in the library 

Gift of Mrs. C- Philip MUer, 1950. 

__ _ _ MS 64-129 

MacDowell, Charles Henry, 1867-1954 

Papers. 1919-23. 4 ft 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Business executive. Papers relating to the American 
Commission to Negotiate Peace, of which MacDowell was 
technical advisor; minutes of the Economic Commission, 
Supreme Economic Council, and Subcommittee on Ger- 
many; miscellaneous letters, clippings, pamphlets, and 
photos. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 
Gift of Claire MacDowell, 1954. 

McLaughlin, Andrew Cunningham, 1861-1947 

Papers, 1899-1938. 2 ft 

In University of Chicago Librarv. 

Historian and professor at the Universities of Michigan 
and Chicago. Academic and professional correspondence, 
speeches and articles, notes and lectures relating to World 
War i and the postwar period, reviews and comments, and 
JttSS. of lectures and other miscellaneous material 

Mahon, James Patrick, called The ^Gorman Maho^^X)?- # 

Papers, 1824-91. ca. 6 ft. (ca. 3000 items) 

In University of Chicago Library 
C^lf^ ^member of ^ ^^^ Par]i ^ 
Correspondence (chiefly after 1869), legal documents from 
rS^S-^i!*^* Fred6rick Chapman, proceedingTof 
Sl?^* *?*?*** «»> ^ charter of thHngl" 
Prussian Bank in Berlin, and other miscellaneous material 



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Malum, James Patrick, called, The CGorman Mahon, 1800 f- 
1891. Papers, 1824-91. (Continued) .'. 
Correspondents include Justin McCarthy, Cardinal Man- 
ning, Daniel O'Connell, Lord Palmerston, Charles Stewart 
4h Parnell (some of whose letters were mitten from Kilmain- 
~ ham Prison ), Pope Pius ix, and John Redmond. 
Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of D. F. Kelly and John M Smyth, 1930. Formerly 
owned by Blake Butter. 



MS 64-132 
Manly, John Matthews, 1865-1940. 
Papers, 1889-1938. 3 ft. 
In University of Chicago Library. 
Educator, cryptographer, and professor of English at the 
University of Chicago. Personal and academic correspond- 
ence; letters and documents (1916-38) on cryptography; 
and miscellaneous papers on Francis Bacon, William 
Shakespeare, and other topics. 



MS64-133 
Mathews, Shafler, 1863-1941. 
Papers, 1897-J.942. 18 ft 
In University of Chicago Library. 
Educator. Papers largely relating to Mathews' work as 
professor of New Testament history and interpretation, 
and as dean of the Divinity School at the University of 
Chicago. Includes correspondence, administrative records, 
lecture notes, and MSS. of published and unpublished arti- 

»cles and books. The material concerns the reconstruction of 
the general intellectual, social, and spiritual climate which 
characterized the change in American life from 1890 to 
1930; the attitude of religious leaders toward the First 
World War; practical matters of American church life, par- 
ticularly the efforts of the strict fundamentalist to split the 
churches over the modernism issue; and the development of 
the Chautauqua Institute, particularly its religious pro- 
gram. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of the University of Chicago Divinity School, 1955. 



MS 64-134 
Maximow, Alexander A^ 1874-1928. 

Scientific papers and drawings, 1917-28. ca. 3 ft (143 
items) 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Prof essor of anatomy at the University of Chicago. MSS. 
of Masmow's published and unpublished works in Kussdan 
and in translation; the revised, abridged Russian language 
editions of Ms Principles of histology (1917, 1918, and 
1925) ; notes containing descriptions and sketches of tissue 
cultures dealing with the growth of portions of mammalian 
embryos, lymphatic tissues, blood leucocytes, and tissues in- 

#fected with various human and bovine strains of tubercle 
bacilli; sketches of living cells in tissue culture; protocols 
of experiments giving the history of each culture that was 
fixed for subsequent microscopic study; and 130 original 
drawings made to illustrate some of Maximow's scientific 
publications. 
Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Dr. William Bloom, University of Chicago Dept 
of Anatomy and Physiology, 1963. 



MS 64-185 
Mead, George Herbert, 1863-1931. 

Papers, 1920-30. ca. 6000 items. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Philosopher and professor at the University of Chicago. 
Classroom notes taken by students of Mead, which formed 
the basis of the three volumes published after his death 
entitled, Mind, self, and society (1934) ; Movements of 
thought in the 19th century (1936) ; and The philosophy of 
the act (1938). 

Gift, 1949. 



MS 64-186 
Monroe, Harriet, 1860-1936. 

Papers, 1873-1936. 32 ft 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Poet and literary editor. Correspondence, business papers, 
diaries, notebooks, clippings, and personal papers. Includes 
some material relating to Miss Monroe's work as editor of 
Poetry magazine. Correspondents include her sister and 
brother-in-law, Lucy and William J. Calhoun (U. S. min- 
ister to China in 1912) ; Eugene Field, Mary MacLain, 
Henry Allen Moe, William T. PatchelL and Robert Louis 
Stevenson. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Open to investigators whose applications are approved by 
a faculty committee. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Bequest of Miss Monroe, 1936. 



MS 64-137 
Moody, William Vaughn, 1869-1910. 

Papers, 1891-1931. ca. 3 ft (ca. 420 items) 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Poet, playwright, and professor of English literature at 
the University of Chicago. Correspondence with Richard 
W. Gilder, Robert Herrick, Robert Moras Lovett, Edwin 
Markham, George Daniel Mason, Charles Eliot Norton, and 
Edmund C. Stedman; notebooks; scrapbooks; material 
about Moody and his work; and MSS. of his poems, plays, 
and other literary works. Includes papers of Ins wife, Har- 
riet Converse (Tilden) Moody (1857-1932) consisting of 
letters (1909-31) from writers and poets such as John Gals- 
worthy, Vachel Lindsay, Edwin Arlington Robinson, and 
Rabindranath Tagore ; and scrapbooks relating to the Home 
Delicacies Association, of which she was founder. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift, 1982. 



MS 64-188 
Morgan, Thomas J 1847-1912. 

Papers, 1892-1936. ca.2ft 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Lawyer, Socialist, and labor leader. Papers (mostly 
1900-20) including correspondence concerning the affairs of 
the Socialist Party in the U. S.; the Provoker, a maganma 
edited by Morgan; and Morgan's candidacy for mayor of 
Chicago, judge, and U. S. Senator on the Socialist ticket; 
together with 26 issues of the Provoker, copies of various 
Socialist newspapers, miscellaneous newspaper clippings, 
holograph notes, and miscellanea. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Miss C. E. Grimshaw, 1938. 



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xt ... , ~ . MS64-139 

National Conference on Social Welfare, 

Studies on social work, 1929-32. 2 ft (142 items) 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Carbon copies of 142 papers read at conferences in San 
Francisco, Boston, Minneapolis, and Philadelphia, and which 
were not published in its Proceedings. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift. 

*i* r ,. tt, • MS64-140 

Nef, John Ulnc, 1862-1915. 

Papers, 1884-1915. 1 ft. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Chemist and professor at the University of Chicago. Per- 
sonal and professional correspondence, memoranda, reports, 
articles, reports and indexes of experiments, a series (1904- 
13) of "sugar experiments," and biographical material, in- 
cluding accounts of Nefs life and work written by his son, 
John Ulric Nef, Jr. (b. 1899). 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of John Ulric Nef, Jr., 1952. 

Nef, John Ulnc, 1899- 

Manuscripts of writings, 1935-57. 5 ft 

In University of Chicago library. 

Educator and historian. Drafts of articles and books by 
Nef, including The United States and civilization (1942), 
War and the early industrial revolution, War and human 
progress (1950), The genesis of industrialism and of modern 
science, Industrial Europe at the revolution, Industry and 
government in France and England (1940) , and Mining and 
metallurgy in mediaeval civilization. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Open to investigators having the permission of Mr. Nef. 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

Gift of Mr. Nef, 1953 and 1959. 

w * T ,_ tt, MS 64-142 

Nef, John Ulnc, 1899- 

Papers of John Ulric Nef, Jr., and the Committee on 
Social Thought, 1935-59. 9 ft 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Educator and historian. Chiefly correspondence of Nef 
in his capacity as executive secretary and chairman of the 
Committee on Social Thought at the University of Chicago; 
together with information concerning courses and curricu- 
lum of the committee, comments on the education policy of 
the University, and conferences sponsored by the committee. 
Correspondents include Jacques Maritain, Conyers Bead, 
Robert Redfield, Beardsley Ruml, Arthur SchnabeL and 
Tves Simon. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Access restricted. 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

Gift of Mr. Nef , 1953 and 1939. 

MS 64-143 
Northrup, George T collector. 

La Gran conquista de Ultramar materials. 1503-1940. 
2 ft 

In University of Chicago Library. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) of MS. no. 2454, MS. 
J-l, and MS. de Palacio, in the Bibhoteca nacional (Spain) 

Papers resulting from the studies of Northrup and his 
students at the University of Chicago during the 1930's, 
including typewritten copies of three MS. versions of La 
Gran conquista de Ultramar (13th century Spanish prose 
epic), the editio princips of the work, and the 1877 edition 



prepared by Pascual de Gayanagos for the series, Biblioteca 
de autores espanoles; together with collations of the various 
versions of the text, and studies in source comparisons be- 
tween it and other works. ■ ■ M 
Unpublished guide in the library. % 
Deposited by the University of Chicago Dept. of Romance 
Languages, ca. 1937. 



«,„ „ MS 64-144 

O'Connor, Harry Edward Clarke. 

Letter book, 1821-25. 1 v. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

British Army officer. Letters from O'Connor to his family 
and friends describing local color in India, the "English com- 
munity, the army, trips taken through the countryside, and 
other related topics. 

Purchased, 1932. 



MS 64-146 
Ogburn, William Fielding, 1886-1959. 

Papers, ca. 1929-51. ca. 14 ft 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Sociologist Mostly files kept by Ogburn as director of 
research in connection with the Recent social trends proj- 
ect (1930-33) including correspondence, verbatim minutes 
of committee meetings, original data, and charts; together 
with material relating to the National Resources Committee, 
Social Science Research Council, Southern Regional Move- 
ment, Census Advisory Committee, and University of 
Chicago. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Ogburn, 1952. ^ 

MS64-146 
Oldroyd, Osborn Hamiline, 1842-1930. 

Papers, 1818-1930. 5 ft 

In University of Chicago library. 

Historian. Correspondence, scrapbooks, clippings (1827- 
1910) concerning Lincoln's life and the Civil War, and 
memorabilia relating to Oldroyd's published works, his col- 
lection of Idncolniana, the G. A. R, and Woman's Relief 
Corps. Includes miscellaneous items concerning Oldroyd's 
life, books, walking trips and museum. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Purchase, 1932. 



MS64-147 
O'Smith, Richard John Smith, known as, 1786-1855. 

Papers, 1820-56. ca. 200 items. 

In University of Chicago library. 

English actor. Correspondence, playbills, portraits, and 
other papers. Includes printed biographical material on 
O'Smith. Correspondents include T. F. Dillon Croker, Rob- 
ert W. EUiston, Charles Mathews (d. 1885), and Richard B. 
Peake. 

Gift of Shirley Farr, 1926. 



MS64-148 
Papdes curiosos, 18th century. It. 
In University of Chicago library. 

Documents, in Spanish, concerning Church and state rela- 
tions in Spain, and municipal law. Includes works by Bias 
Jover Alcazar, Ysidoro Rodriguez Bayo, Melchor Rafael de 
Macanaz (1670-1760), and Antonio de Robles Vivos. 
,1950. 



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MS64-149 
Payn, James, 1830-1898. 
Papers, 1866-86. 60 v. 
In University of Chicago library. 
THi glish author. Autograph IKS. of Payn's novels, in- 
fe eluding The Clyfiards of Clyffe, The heir of the ages, In 
- peril and privation, The isle in the Pacific, Married beneath 

him, Mirk abbey, and Patient Kitty. 
Purchase, 1925-32. 

MS 64-150 
Poetry. 

Records, 1912-60. 32 ft 
In University of Chicago library. 
Correspondence, business papers, and MSS. submitted to 
the editors, including Harriet Monroe prior to 1936. Con- 
tains poems, and letters of almost every major contemporary 
American poet, including Lascelles Abercrombie, Leonie 
Adams, Conrad Ailnm, Hilda D. Aldington, Richard 
Aldington, Dorothy Aldis, Mary Aldis, Hervey Allen, Ken- 
neth. S. Ailing, Sherwood Anderson, Charlotte Arthur, 
Mary Austin, Elfrida Barrow, Henry Bellamann, Laura 
Benet, S. V. Benet, W. R. Benet, John P. Bishop, Richard 
P. Blackmur, Maxwell Bodenheim, Louise Bogan, Amy 
Bonner, Kay Boyle, Gamaliel Bradford, Rupert Brooke, 
Harry Brown, Amanda B. H. Brownell, Winifred Bryher, 
Carlos Bulosan, Basil Bunting, R L Burgess, Witter Byn- 
ner, James Cabell, Joseph Campbell, Bliss Carman, Eman- 
uel Camevali, Willa Gather, Elizabeth Coatsworth, Grant 
H Code, Robert P. T. Coffin, Padraic Colum,- Grace H 
Conkling, Malcolm Cowley, Hart Crane, Countee Cullen, 
H L Davis, C. Day Lewis, Walter de la Mare, Floyd Dell, 
Babette Deutsch, John Drinkwater, Richard Eberhart, T. 
S. Eliot, Paul Engle, Florence W. Evans, Thomas H Ferril, 
Arthur D. Ficke, Robert Fitzgerald, John G. Fletcher, Ford 
Jh Madox Ford, Agnes L Freer, Robert Frost, Henry B. 
~ Fuller, Hamlin Garland, Wilfred W. Gibson, Eric Gill, 
Laura R. Gottschalk, Alfred P. Graves, Robert Graves, 
Horace Gregory, Marsden Hartley, Ernest Hemingway, 
Alice Corbin Henderson, Robert Hillyer, Helen Hoyt, 
Langston Hughes, F. Scharmel Iris, Robinson Jeffers, 
James Joyce, Joyce Kilmer, Alfred Kreymborg, D. H Law- 
rence, Louis V. Ledoux, Muna Lee, Richard LeGallienne, 
William E. Leonard, Janet Lewis, Yachel Lindsay, Florence 
R. Livesay, Robert Morss Lovett, Amy Lowell, Robert Mc- 
Almon, Percy MacKaye, Archibald MacLeish, Norman 
MacLeod, Edwin Markham, John Maseneld, Edgar Lee 
Masters, Florence Ripley Mastin, H L Mencken, Alice 
Meynell, Edna St Vincent Millay, Harold Monro, Mari- 
anne Moore, David Morton, John G. Neihardt, Jessica 
North, Grace Fallow Norton, Alfred Noyes, Elder J. Olson, 
Kenneth Patchen, Ezra Pound, John Quinn, Henry W. 
Rago, William M Reedy, Cale Y. Rice, Elizabeth Madox 
Roberts, Edwin A Robinson, Theodore Roethke, Muriel 
Rukeyser, Margaret Sackville, Carl Sandburg, William 
Saroyan, Upton Sinclair, Wallace Stevens, Louis Sullivan, 
Genevieve Taggard, Rabindranath Tagore, Allen Tate, Sara 
Teasdale, Dylan Thomas, Eunice Tietjens, Geraldine Udell, 
Louis Untermeyer, George S. Viereck, Harold Yinal, Ernest 
Walsh, Glenway Wescott, John Hall Wheelock, John B. 
Wheelwright, Thornton Wilder, Marguerite Wilkinson, Os- 
car G. Williams, William Carlos Williams, Tvor Winters, 
f0' Frank Lloyd Wright, Edith Franklin Wyatt, Elinor Wylie, 
William Butler Yeats, Marya Zaturensky, and Louis Zukof- 
sky. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Open to investigators whose applications are approved by 
a committee. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Harriet Monroe, editor of Poetry, 1936; and pur- 
chased from the editors of Poetry, 1960. 



MS64r-151 
Price, Ira Maurice, 1856-1939. 

Papers, 1892-1939. ca.5ft 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Scholar and professor of Semitic languages and litera- 
tures at the University of Chicago. Professional and aca- 
demic correspondence; legal and financial papers, lecture 
and research notes, notebooks, articles, book reviews, trans- 
lations, editorials, proofs and publisher's copy, scrapbooks, 
press clippings, and material relating to the Baptist Young 
Peoples' Union, the International Sunday School, schools, 
institutions, and learned societies. Includes correspondence 
and miscellaneous pictures and documents of the Price 
family. 

Unpublished guide in tike library. 

Acquired from the University of Chicago Divinity 
School, 1957. 



MS 64-152 
Rickert, Edith, 1871-1938. 

Papers, 1896-1930. ca. 2 ft 

In University of Chicago library. 

Author and professor of English. Correspondence, copies 
of published short stories, drafts for unpublished short 
stories and novels, reviews of Miss Rickert's published 
works, press clippings, and photos. Correspondents include 
Mrs. Harriet Blackburn, John Burroughs, Frederick James 
Furnivall, Frederic Mistral, and Frank Swinnerton. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of the University of Chicago Dept of English. 



MS 64-153 
Ricketts, Howard Taylor, 1871-1910. 

Papers, 1891-1903. 4 ft 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Pathologist. Personal and professional correspondence; 
biographical material, including notes by Myra T. Ricketts; 
notebooks on zoology, botany, comparative anatomy, and 
pathology; papers concerning Ricketts' studies on Rocky 
Mountain spotted fever, typhus fever, and blastomycosis; 
and miscellaneous notebooks and slides. Includes the notes, 
preliminary draft, original MS., and proofs with corrections 
of Rickett's book, Infection, immunity, and serum therapy 

(1906). ' 

Gift of the Ricketts family, 1954. 



MS 64-154 

Robertson family. „-„„.* \ 

Papers, 1740-1925. 6 ft (ca. 3750 items) 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Correspondence, receipts, accounts, deeds, and legal docu- 
ments of Wyndham Robertson (1803-1888), Governor of 
Virginia; his father, William Robertson; and his grand- 
fatber, Archibald Robertson. The letters (after 1815) of 
Wyndham Robertson concern Southern ante bellum society, 
politics of the Civil War, Ms ljusmessinterests, and his 
antiquarian studies in the history of Virginia. Includes 
business papers (1888-1925) of his sons; reminiscences of 
Robertson descendants; papers (1752-1844) of the Loyal 
Company of Virginia; an 18th century commonplace book; 
and diaries (1776 and 1797), presumably of William Robert- 
son. _ 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Purchased from the Robertson estate through Frank R. 
Reade, 1930-31. 



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o ,. # n r . ^ . MS 64-155 

Rockefeller, John Davison, 1839-1937. 
Papers, 1880-1915. ca. 300 items. 
In University erf Chicago Library. 

P^JS^P*** and Philanthropist Chiefly correspondence 
with William Barney Harper concerning efforts to establish 
the University of Chicago of which Rockefeller was the 

VTS^^J*?* 1 ** 1 lettors of John D - KoekefaUer, Jr. 
(1874-1960) about sapport of the university. 



BosenwaW, JaKas, 1862-1932 MS 64-156 

Papers, 1862-1930. S3 ft. (ca. 30,000 items) 
in University of Chicago Library. 
Businessman and philanthropist, of Chicago Corre- 
spondence; memoranda; speeches; scrapbooks containing 
dippings, letter^ and memorabilia; and other papers relatl 

%%a£ *? senw t ld ? ^T ^ d P^^thropic activities, in- 
cluding his work with tie Planning Commission, Municipal 

Voters League, Jewish and United Charities, Visiting 
.Nurse Association, and Provident Hospital 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of the Bosenwald family, 1940. 



,_ . . MS 64-167 

Rnml Beardsley, 1894-1960. 

Papers, 1917-59. 7 ft 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Educator, busmessman, and government advisor in finance 
and fiscal policy. Correspondence, speeches, and artides, 
largely concerned with national economic conditions and 
policy. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Liformation on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Rami, i960. 



Bush, Joseph Harold. "* **~ m 

Correspondence, 1945-48. 29 folders. 
In University of Chicago Library. 
Physicist and college professor. Correspondence concern- 
ing tfce Federation of Atomic Scientists (of which Bush was 
the first secretary-treasurer) and its predecessors. 
Unpublished guide in the library. 
Liformation on literary rights available in the library, 
uiitof Dr. Bush. 



Schilling, George A 5.1850 MS 64-159 

Papers, 1887-1936. 2 ft (5 v. and 4 folders) 
In University of Chicago Library. 
Labor leader. Correspondence, notes, drafts of speeches, 
pamphlets, and newspaper clippings «>n«nrning the Hav- 
fMAetKiot -the Knights of Labor, and other topics relating 
to Schilling's work as an executive of the Knights of Labo? 
secretary of the Illinois State Board of Labo? Commission- 
ers, and president of the C^cago P^>ard of L)c^ Improve- 
ments. Correspondents include John P. Altgeld, Governor 

S 8 '^ Jennings Bryan; Samud Gompers; 
Carter H. Harrison, mayor of Chicago; Tom L. Johnsom 
mayor of Cleveland; Louis F. Pc^lnd Len &JJg£ 
ernor of Illinois. ' 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Kate Schilling, 1945 and 1961. 



MS 64-160 
Scott, Arthur Pearson, 1884- 

Papers, ca. 1930-45. 15 folders. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Educator. Correspondence, memoranda, reports, and_. 
other papers written or edited by Scott, dealing with his# 
academic activities at the University of Chicago and illus- 
trating the academic and administrative problems involved 
in the establishment of the "Hutehins Plan" for the College 
of the University of Chicago. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Information an literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of the University of Chicago History Dept, 1958. 

_ „ , MS 64-161 

Shorey, Paul, 1857-1934. 

Papers, 1878-1934. 1ft 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Classical scholar and professor of the University of 
Chicago. Correspondence, biographical material, lectures, 
reviews, articles, programs, memorabilia, and photos. In- 
cludes ^material from Shorey's years as a student at Harvard 
University and articles and speeches by his father, Judge 
Daniel Shorey. 

~. _ MS 64-162 

Simons, Hi, 1895-1945. 

Papers, 1915-50. 147 items. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Poet and editor. Correspondence concerning Musterbook, 
a magazine published by Simons, and other miscellaneous 
subjects. Includes correspondence with Wallace Stevens. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

Gift of Mrs. Sylvia Sights, 1961. M. 

MS 64-163 
Simons Bros. & Company, Philadelphia. 
Becords, 1856-1911. 32 v. 
In University of Chicago Library. 
Journals, ledgers, cashbooks, salesbooks, and checkbook 
stubs of a firm of silversmiths, thimblemakers, and manu- 
facturing jewelers. 
Purchased, 1942. 

MS 64-164 
Small, Albion Woodbury, 1854-1926. 

Papers, 1904-24. 2 boxes. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Educator and sociologist. Correspondence; syllabi drafts 
and lecture notes for same of Small's sociology courses* 
notes and drafts far books; and research and reading notes. 
The letters concern the International Congress of Arts and 
Science at the Universal Exposition at St Louis in 1904, of 
which Small was the vice president; and his duties as dean 
of the Graduate School of Arts, Literature and Science at 
the University of Chicago. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Deposit 

« .,.,. «, MS 64-165 

Smith, Thomas Vernor, 1890- , ^. 

Papers, 1934-46. 5 ft. 'W 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Educator, philosopher, State senator, and U. S. Bepre- 
sentative from Illinois. Chiefly correspondence (1934-41) 
relating to Smith's political activities and containing ma- 
terial on the history of the Democratic Party in the Chicago 
area; together with reprints of some of his publications and 
speeches; and papers relating to military government and 
problems of postwar education in the occupied countries in 



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Smith, Thomas Vernor, 1890- Papers, 1934-46. 

(Continued) 

1946, when Smith was a member of the U. S. Educational 
Commission in Germany and Japan. Correspondents in- 
clude Thurman Arnold, Baker Browned, Paul Douglas, 
James T. Farrell, Harold Ickes, Edward Kelly, Frank 
Knox, and Kobert A. Taft 
Unpublished guide in the library. 
Gift of Mr. Smith, 1948. 



MS 64-166 
Spencer, William Marvin, 1892- collector. 

The William M. Spencer collection of manuscripts on 
French history, ca. 1770-1840. ca. 320 items. 

In University of Chicago library. 

Letters (1807-13) from Napoleon Bonaparte to Gen. 
Henri Jacques Guillaume Clarke, due de Fetee (1765-1818) 
containing instructions on military affairs ; letters from J. B. 
Sorgniard, abbe of the diocese of Saint-Brieuc, canon of the 
Collegiate Church of Notre Dame de Lamballe, and Boyalist 
spy in Brittany (1790-1800) to Monseigneur Le Mintier, 
Bishop of Treguier, concerning firsthand information on the 
fate of the Chouan rebels, preparations for the invasion of 
England and Ireland, and the state of public opinion and the 
political and religious situation in France; and miscel- 
laneous papers relating to French affairs during the late 18th 
and early 19th centuries, with emphasis on the Napoleonic 
period. Includes letters of Louis Francois Bausset, Fanny 
Beauharnais, Alexandre Balthasar Laurent Grimod de la 
Reyniere, Jean-Baptiste Say, and Therese Tallien. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Spencer, 1953-57. 

MS 64-167 
Starr, Frederick, 1858-1933. 

Papers, 1876-1930. ca. 5 ft (ca. 700 items) 

In University of Chicago Library. 

In part, photocopies (negative) 

Professor of anthropology at the University of Chicago. 
Business and personal correspondence; diaries (1876-1926) ; 
census (1901), stories, word lists and other notes on the 
Onondaga; Pampangan glossary; field notes from Mexico 
(1894-1928), the Belgian Congo (1905-06), New Mexico 
(1899), Indian territory (Kansas), and the Northwest; 
notes on observations of captive chimpanzees, Cuba (1916), 
the State Asylum for the Feeble Minded, Lincoln, HI., the 
Pan American Exposition in Buffalo, N. Y., 1901, and the 
Chicago World's Fair, 1893; 23 scrapbooks containing news- 
paper clippings of articles by and about Starr, book reviews, 
lecture notices, and personal interviews; student and class 
notes; and ca. 500 photos., mostly taken in Japan. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of the Library of the College of William and Mary, 
1963; scrapbooks given by Lucy Starr, 1942. 



MS 64-168 
^Stephenson, Joseph Henry, 1819-1890? 

Correspondence, 1852-90. ca. 400 items. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

AngliwiTi clergyman, of Wells, Eng. Letters from 
bishops, deans, and lesser clergy concerning ecclesiastical 
matters, church education, placement of clergy, points of 
theology, church charities, and church-state relations; to- 
gether with some letters from M Eden, A. Neville Gren- 
vQle, and K. H. Paget containing political references. 



MS 64-169 
Stuart de Rothesay, Charles Stuart, baron, 1779-1845. 

Correspondence, 1814-30. ca. 1200 items. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

English diplomat. Mostly routine letters of introduction 
from the Foreign Office to Stuart when he was British am- 
bassador to France; together with letters from friends and 
acquaintances, and formal invitations. The Foreign Office 
letters are in a clerk's hand and signed by George Canning 
(1770-1827) ; Nicholas Vansittart, 1st baron Bexley (1766- 
1851) ; Robert Stewart, 2d marquis of Londonderry (1769- 
1822) ; Charles William Vane, 3d marquis of Londonderry 
(1778-1854); M. Mansfield; Sir Charles James Napier 
(1782-1853); Henry Addington, 1st viscount Sidmouth 
(1757-1844), and other foreign secretaries and their sub- 
ordinates. 

Access restricted. 

Purchased from G. H Last, 1936. 



MS 64-170 
Sweet, William Warren, 1881-1959, collector. 

Church History Research Fund m an us c r ipts, ca, 1800-50. 
45 v. 

In University of Chicago library. 

Chiefly transcripts (typewritten) and photocopies. 

Correspondence; journals and diaries of ministers; min- 
utes and records of churches, church councils, and meetings; 
and other source materials on religious activities on the 
American frontier, collected by Sweet, of the Dept of 
Church History, University of Chicago Divinity School. 
Most of the material deals with Presbyterians and Congre- 
gationalists, and much of it was used in The Presbyterians, 
1783-1840 (1936), and The Congregationalists, 1783-1850 
(1939), volumes two and three of Sweet's series, Religion 
on the American frontier. Persons represented include 
Stephen Peet (1797-1855) and Benjamin Lakin (1767- 
1849). 

Gift of the fund, 1935-46. 



MS64-171 
Talbot, Marion, 1858-1948. 

Papers, 1860-1945. 2 ft 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Educator. Largely personal and official correspondence 
spanning most of Miss Talbot's life and c ont ainin g many of 
her impressions of the University of Chicago, where she 
was dean of women. Includes most of her published articles 
on a wide variety of subjects. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 



MS 64-172 
Teichmann, Emil, 1845-1924. 
Papers, 1868-1925. 100 items. 
In University of Chicago Library. 
Diary of travels kept by Teichmann, who was sent by his 
employers, the New York branch of J. M. Oppenheim, Lon- 
don fur merchants, to and from Sitka, Alaska from New 
York, passing through the Isthmus of Panama, San Fran- 
cisco, Salt Lake City, Omaha, and Chicago; a rewritten and 
amplified version in German; an English version written by 
Teichmann's son, Oskar, based on the first two versions and 
privately published in 1925 as A journey to Alaska in the 
year 1868; and correspondence, sketches, photos., and 
memorabilia- 
Unpublished guide in the library. 
Gift of Oskar Teichmann, 1945. 



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MS 64-173 
Tofts, James Harden, 1862-1942. 

Papers, 1908-28. ca. 2 ft. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Professor of. philosophy at the University of Chicago. 
General professional correspondence; outlines, notes, and 
lectures on philosophy; correspondence and miscellaneous 
papers (1908-10) concerning the Committee on Housing 
Conditions; and correspondence, minutes of meetings, and 
miscellaneous documents concerning the Illinois State Com- 
mittee on Social Legislation, of which Tufts was a director 
from 1912-16. 



Twisden family. MS64 - m 

Papers, 1620-1740. 5 v. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Papers of the Twisden baronets of Royden Hall, Chel- 
mmgton, Kent, Eng. including household expenses, tax pay- 
ments, servants' wages, personal expenses, and farm 
accounts; together with the rental of an English manor of 
the 16ti century followed by the records of Courts baron 
of Sir Soger Twysden, 2d baronet; Sir "William Twisden, 3d 
baronet; and Sir William Twysden, 5th baronet of East 
Rickham, Kent 

Described in Census of medieval and Renaissance manu- 
scripts in the U. S. and Canada, by S. De Rfcci (1935) v L 
p. 581. "^ 

Purchase, 1923. Formerly owned by Frederick Arthur 
Crisp. 



MS 64-175 
Walden, John Morgan, Bp., 1831-1914. 

Papers, 1854-1915. ca. 2 ft. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Methodist Episcopal clergyman, of Ohio. Correspond- 
ence relating to Walden's days as a newspaper editor in 
Kansas Territory immediately preceding the Civil War and 
to his connection with the Methodist Episcopal Church; 
essays; speeches; sermons; and press clippings. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of the Church history fund. 

«,._...,. Mf 5 64-176 

Walpole, Robert, earl of Orford, 1676-1745. 

Correspondence, 1701-09. 76 items. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

British statesman and Prime Minister. Letters from 
Walpole's brothers, Horatio and G. "Walpole, his sister, 
Dorothy "Walpole, his uncles, John "Walpole and J. Hoste, 
Mary Walpole, and other members of the Walpole family, 
concerning social and domestic matters and the family 
estate at Houghton. 



«, ^. MS 64-177 

Washington Association of Scientists. 

Records, 1947-57. 31 folders. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Corrsepondence, constitution, bylaws, minutes of meetings 
and elections, financial records, mailing lists, policy state- 
ments, records of activities, and memoranda of an orga- 
nization devoted to public education and agitation for 
civilian and international control of atomic energy, collec- 
tive security, and increased scientific research. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Deposited by the Federation of Atomic Scientists, 1959. 



™..x r ~ MS 64-178 

White, Leonard Dopree, 1891-1958. 

Papers of Leonard D. White and the President's Commit- 
tee on Civil Service Improvement, 1934-54. 3 ft 

In University of Chicago Library. gk 

U. S. Civil Service Commissioner and professor of public 
administration at the University of Chicago. Correspond- 
ence, reports, documents, memoranda, and other papers 
relating to White's work in the field of civil service, par- 
ticularly on the President's Committee on Civil Service 
Improvement and a committee to recommend improvements 
in the merit system. Includes reports (1954) written for 
him by the Hoover Commission. Correspondents include 
Oscar Cox of the Treasury Dept; Luther Gulick of the 
Institute of Public Administration; Harry B. Mitchell, 
president of the Civil Service Commission; and Stanley 
Reed, Supreme Court Justice. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Mr. White and Jean Schneider, 1943 and 1958. 



MS 64-179 
Wieboldt-Rosenwald collection of German folksongs. 

ca. 150,000 items. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Photocopies (positive) of originals in the Deutsches 
Volksliedarchiv of Freiburg and other German institutions. 

German folksongs, some with musical notation. The bulk 
of the material is from the records of the Deutsches Volks- 
liedarchiv of Freiburg im Breisgau, and dates after 1700. 
Folksongs prior to 1700 have been photographed from 
printed folksong collections in the Hamburg Staatsbiblww 
thek, the Schleswig-Holstein Archives, Weimar, the BraraJP 
schweig Staatsbibliothek, and the Numberg Gennanisches 
National-Museum. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. William A. Wieboldt and the Rosenwald 
Foundation, 1928-33. 



MS 64-180 
Wilcox, Delos Franklin, 1873-1928. 

Papers, 1907-28. 19 ft 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Public utilities consultant Correspondence, analyses, re- 
ports and articles for periodicals, notes, graphs, tables, and 
other papers by Wilcox or his staff concerning their investi- 
gations of the utilities problems of various municipalities. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of the Wilcox family, 1928. 



MS 64-181 
Winston, Thomas, 1829-1928. ^ 

Papers, ca. 1860-65. ca. 100 items. "" 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Physician. Official and semi-official papers dealing almost 
entirely with Winston's Civil War service in the 92d Illinois 
Volunteers and the 149th Illinois. Includes case histories, 
and material relating to medical and hospital supplies and 
to sick, wounded and dead soldiers. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of E. M. Winston, 1947. 



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MS 64-182 
World Citizens Association. 
Papers, 1939-53. 9 ft. 
In University of Chicago library. 
Correspondence, minutes of meetings, membership files, 
_ financial reports, information on the history of the organiza- 
V tion, and miscellaneous reports of the Central Committee 
and Executive Committee; together with correspondence and 
papers (1939-13) of the Chicago group, pertaining to finan- 
cial matters and relations with the Central Committee. 
Members of the organization included Mrs. Anita (Emmons) 
McCormick Blaine, Edwin M Cassels, Paul Kellogg, Adlai 
Stevenson, Bay Lyman Wilbur, and Quincy Wright 
Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of the association, through Quincy Wright, secretary 
of the Executive Committee, 1963. 



MS 64-183 
Wright, Quincy, 1890- 

Papers, 1913-56. ca-13ft 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Professor of international law. Mostly correspondence, 
together with articles, notes, speeches, and reports relating 
to Wright's activities in connection with the Conference of 
Teachers of International Law, American Association of 
University Professors, American Political Science Associa- 
tion, American Society of International Law, World Citi- 
zens Association, Woodrow Wilson Foundation, Carrie 
Chapman Catt Foundation, Foreign Bondholders' Protec- 
tion Association, and the University of Chicago. Includes 
notes and MS. drafts for his A study of war (1942). Corre- 
spondents include Baymond Leslie Buell, Cordell Hull, 
Salmon O. Levinson, and -James Hamilton Lewis. 

Unpublished guide in lite library. 
^ Gift of Mr. Wright, 1956. 

MS64-184 
Chicago. Municipal Court. 

Becords, 1906-27. ca. 3 ft (ca. 3800 items) 

In Chicago Historical Society Library. 

Letters, statistical and financial reports, printed copies of 
legislative bills, newspaper clippings, and other papers of 
the Municipal Court of Chicago under Chief Justice Harry 
Olson (1867-1935) concerning court policies and operations; 
judicial conduct; specific cases before the court; various 
branches of the court, including the Psychiatric Institute 
(founded in 1914 as the Psychopathic Laboratory) ; admin- 
istrative matters, including salaries, budgets, judicial as- 
signments, and number and type of cases tried; Municipal 
Court legislative bills and amendments; care of, and legis- 
lation concerning, the feebleminded; probation policies of 
Judge McKenzie Clelland (1860-1924) ; and lectures of Ol- 
son about the Municipal Court Includes papers of Thomas 
Monro Hunter (1852-1923) and Anton Joseph Cermak 
(1873-1933) as bailiffs. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Judge Augustine J. Bowe, 1964. 

MS 64-185 
■Chicago Surface Lines. 

w Becords, 1857-1951. ca. 13 ft. (ca. 4100 items and 84 v.) 

In Chicago Historical Society Library. 

Correspondence, minute books, corporate records, account 
books, memoranda, contracts, ordinances, patents, blue- 
prints, bank statements, and other business papers of Chi- 
cago Surf ace Lines, which began supervision of Chicago's 
public transportation in 1914; and other Chicago, suburban, 
and Indiana street railway companies, including the Chicago 



City Bailway Company; the Chicago Bailways Company; 
and the Hammond, Whiting and East Chicago Electric 
Bailway Company. Includes material on Chicago subway 
construction and on Charles Tyson Yerkes (1837-1905). 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of John Edward Sullivan, 1963. 



MS 64-186 
Edwards, Ninian, 1775-1833. 

Papers, 1798-1833. ca. 650 items. 

In Chicago Historical Society Library. 

In part, transcripts (handwritten) 

U. S. Senator and Governor of Illinois. Chiefly corre- 
spondence relating to Illinois, Kentucky, and national poli- 
tics, reflecting factional and individual political conflicts, 
and local and national elections and administrations. In- 
cludes material on the presidential elections of 1824-32, 
especially regarding John Calhoun and William Crawford; 
the Illinois gubernatorial elections of 1826-30, with empha- 
sis on William Kinney and John Beynolds; Indian affairs, 
particularly the Potawatomis and the Wabash Saline; the 
Galena (Hi) advertiser; the Burr conspiracy; the War of 
1812 in and around Illinois Territory ; and the Black Hawk 
War. Contains references to John Quincy Adams, Daniel 
P. Cook, Andrew Jackson, Elias Kent Kane, and James 
Monroe. Correspondents include David Jewett Baker, 
Shadrach Bond, Sidney Breese, John Caldwell Calhoun, 
William Clark, Henry Clay, Daniel P. Cook, William Eus- 
tis, Alexander Pope Field, George Forquer, Albert Gallatin, 
Duff Green, Samuel D. Ingham, Bufus King, John McLean, 
James Monroe, John Pope, John Beynolds, Joseph Mont- 
fort Street, Hooper Warren, and William Wirt. 

Unpublished guide in the library. Approximately a third 
of the papers were published in The Edwards papers, edited 
by E. B. Washburne (1884). 

Gift of Ninian Wirt Edwards, 1883. 



MS 64-187 
Lutheran Church — Missouri Synod. Board for Home Mis- 
sions in North and South America. 

Becords, 1853-1959. ca. 8 ft 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St. Louis) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) and photocopies (posi- 
tive) 

Correspondence, financial records, minutes, reports, 
printed matter, and other papers, relating to the missionary 
activities carried on by the board, its predecessors and by its 
various committees and commissions: American Indian 
Mission, Board for Colored Missions, Board for Home Mis- 
sions in North America, Board for Home Missions in South 
America, Board of Home Missions, Call of the Cross Preach- 
ing Mission, Commission for Immigrants' and Seamen's 
Missions, Commission on English Language Missions in the 
U. S. A. (largely for Germans) , Commission on Jewish Mis- 
sions, Committee for Institutional Missions, Committee on 
Home Missions in Rural and Urban Areas, and Mission to 
the Deaf. Includes Chippewa-English dictionaries and 
grammar and other material (1853-68) from tbe mission to 
the Chippewa Indians; and brief historical sketches (1918- 
33) of Lutheran colleges and seminaries at Puerto Alegre, 
Brazil and Crespo, Argentina, compiled by H Horst 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Deposits from various sources, 1955-63. 



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„ . MS 64-188 

Bur, Aaron, 1756-1836. 

Papers, 1765-1833. ca. 100 items. 

In Connecticut Historical Society collections. 

Soldier, lawyer, and political leader. Correspondence 
and busmess papers, mostly connected with Burr's law 
practice. 

Partial card catalog in the repository. 

_ „ MS64-189 

Champion, Henry, 1723-1797. 

Papers, 1719-1843. ca. 2500 items. 

In Connecticut Historical Society collections. 

Bevolutionary Army commissary. Personal and business 
papers; and correspondence of Champion and his son. 
Henry (1751-1836), also of Colchester, Conn., who had Tan 
interest in the Connecticut Land Company. 

Partial calendar and card catalog in the repository 

Gift of the Connecticut Society of the Colonial Dames of 
America, 1958; and deposit 

r* « j. ,„ , . MS 64-190 

Connecticut (Colony) 

Colonial agents' letters, 1742-73. 82 items (1 v ) 

In Connecticut Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence of Eliakim Palmer and Richard Part- 
ridge colonial agents for Connecticut, with Governors 
Jonathan Law (1674-1750) and Roger Wolcott (1679-1767) 

Card -catalog in the repository. Earlier volume (1724-* 
42) was printed with the Takott papers in v. 4^5 of Con- 
necticut Historical Society collections (1892-96). 

Connecticut Council of Safety. 

Kecords, 1775-83. 210 items. 

In Connecticut Historical Society collections. 

Memorials and petitions for transport and export permits, 
certifications for individuals seeking permits, and extracts 
from minutes. 

Card catalog in the repository. 

Connecticut General Assembly. MS 64-192 

Kecords, 1631-1819. 400 items. 

In Connecticut Historical Society collections. 

In part, transcripts (handwritten) copied, usually bv the 

■"JS7 °*f tate ' *™* *»» official records of the Colony 
and State of Connecticut 

Acts, resolves, petitions, committee reports, and State 



Partial card catalog for items not found in the official 
records. ^ 

Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford. ^ M ~ 193 

American Revolution manuscripts, 1765-91. ca. 1140 
items. 

In Connecticut Historical Society collections. 

Letters, journals, orderly books, muster rolls, payrolls, and 
maps chiefly relating to Connecticut regiments; together 
witii letters and papers (1776-82) relating to navalaffairs 
and shipping during the Revolution. The journals are of 
Sanford Billings, Oliver Boardman, Nathaniel Morgan, 
Calvm Pease, and Benjamin TrumbulL Orderly books are 
of Zebulon Butler, Henry Champion (1751-1836) Samuel 
Chapman, John Chester, David Culver, Giles Curtis, John 
Douglass, Timothy Hart, John Hempsted, Jr., Roger 
Hooker John Prarce, Samuel Richards, Isaac Sherman, 
Bayze Wells, and J. Waller (British orderly book). 

Partial card catalog in the repository. 



Douglas, John, 1. 1734. MS64-18* 

Papers, 1776-82. 76 items. 

In Connecticut Historical Society collections. 

Revolutionary Army officer, of Connecticut Orders andft 
communications from Governor Jonathan Trumbull (1710^ 
1785) and others. 

Card catalog in the repository. 



«_ «' . ■' MS 64-195 

way, Samuel, of Windham, Conn. 
Papers, 1777-82. 277 items. 
In Connecticut Historical Society collections. 
Deputy commissary general of issues during the Revo- 
lutionary War. Official correspondence with Charles Stew- 
art (1729-1800), commissary general of issues, and with 
local deputies in New England and southern New York 
State. 

Card catalog in the repository. 

Gift of the heirs of Gov. Jonathan Trumbull, Sr., 1840. 



„. _.. r, . „ „ MS64-196 

Gt Bnt Prmy OouncQ. 

Council orders, 1743-75. 96 items (1 v.) 

In Connecticut Historical Society collections. 

Correspondence, orders, and other papers directed to the 
Governor and Company of the Colony of Connecticut 

Card catalog in the repository. Earlier Council orders 
(1725-43) were printed with the Takott papers in v. 4-5 of 
the Connecticut Historical Society collections (1892-96). 

ir.n ,, j T MS64-liP 

Holley, Akxander Lyman, 1832-1882. 

Correspondence, 1843-82. 200 items. 

In Connecticut Historical Society collections. 

Mechanical engineer and metallurgist Family corre- 
spondence between Holley and his parents, Alexander Ham- 
ritanHolley (1804-1887) and Marcia (Coffing) Holley, in 
Lakeville, Conn. The letters were written chiefly during 
the 1850%, while Holley was a student at Brown University, 
Providence, R. L, and on his first jobs in Providence, New 
York City, and abroad. 

Information on literary rights available in the repositorv. 

Gift of Malcolm D. Rudd. «*«auiry. 



„ MS 64-198 

Huntington, Jedediah, 1743-1818. 

Correspondence, 1758-1814. 418 items. 
In Connecticut Historical Society collections. 
_ Merchant and Revolutionary Army officer of Norwich, 
Conn. Correspondence, mostly Huntington's letters to his 
father, Jabez, and his brothers, Andrew, Ebenezer, Joshua, 
and Zachariah during the American Revolution. 
Card catalog in the repository. 
Deposited by William C. Oilman, 1909. 



«. „ MS 64-199 

Occom, Samson, 1723-1792. 

Papers, 1727-1808. ca. 220 items. 

In Connecticut Historical Society collections. 

Indian clergyman and missionary. Correspondence and 
sermons, including a few letters and sermons of Joseph 
Johnson (17511-1777), Occom's Indian son-in-law. 

Card catalog in the repository. 



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MS 64-200 
Sigourney, Lydia Howard (Huntley) 1791-1869. 
Correspondence, 1788-1911. ca. 100 items. 
In Connecticut Historical Society collections. 
Author. Letters of Mrs. Sigourney and of her husband, 
Charles Sigourney. 
Card catalog in the repository. 



MS 64-201 
Wadsworth, Daniel, 1771-1848. 

Papers, 1749-1883. ca. 700 items. 

In Connecticut Historical Society collections. 

Artist Business papers and correspondence, including 
letters from Hose (Terry) Cooke (1827-1892) ; Benjamin 
Silliman (1779-1864), whom Wadsworth accompanied on a 
trip to Quebec in 1819; Quentin Carlile Terry, a nephew 
who was a businessman and physician in Columbus, Ga.; 
and Charles Chauncey (1777-1849), Philadelphia lawyer; 
together with letters (1792-93) from Wadsworth to his 
family when he attended his sister Harriet during her final 
illness and death from tuberculosis in Bermuda. 

Partial card catalog in (he repository. 

Grift and deposit 



MS 64-202 
Wolcott, Oliver, 1760-1833. 

Papers, 1759-1837. ca. 15 ft (ca. 10,000 items) 
In Connecticut Historical Society collections, 
jgk Governor of Connecticut and U. S. Secretary of the 

™ Treasury. Business, official and personal correspondence, 
documents of Wolcott's public service, record booklets con- 
taining Comptroller of Connecticut and U. S. Treasury rec- 
ords (1784-1806), and other papers. A number of letters 
(1805-14) relate to Wolcott's China trade. Correspondents 
include John Adams, John Quincy Adams, Fisher Ames, 
Joel Barlow, George Cabot, Theodore Dwight, Chauncey 
Goodrich, Alexander Hamilton, Stephen Higginson, James 
Hillhonse, Rufus King, Jed idiah Morse, Timothy Picker- 
ing, Josiah Quincy, Benjamin Tallmadge, Noah Webster, 
Eli Whitney, and Oliver Wolcott (1726-1797). 

Card catalog in the repository. Several of the letters, 
some of whose originals have been removed from the col- 
lection, were printed in Memorial of Henry Wolcott, by 
Samuel Wolcott (1881), and in Memoirs of the administra- 
tions of Washington and Adams, by George Gibbs (1846). 
Gift of George Gibbs. 



MS 64-208 
Wolcott, Roger, 1679-1767. 

Papers, 1631-1768. 355 items (2 v.) 

In Connecticut Historical Society collections. 

Governor of Connecticut Letters from Jonathan Law 
(1674-1750), Wolcott's predecessor as Governor ~of Con- 
necticut; Sir William Pepperfelii (1696-1750) ; and William 
Shirley (1694-1771), Governor of Massachusetts; together 
with early Wolcott family correspondence and documents 
in the Spanish ship case, 1754-56. 

Card catalog <for v. 1 and unpublished items in v. 2) in 
the repository. Major part of v. 2 was published in the 
Wolcott and Fitch papers, Connecticut Historical Society 
collections, v. 16-17 (1916-20) 



MS 64-204 
Bush, Prescott, 1895- 

Papers, 1952-62. 4 file drawers. 

In Connecticut State Library. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

U. S. Senator from Connecticut Correspondence, press 
releases, drafts and scripts of speeches, mimeographed bio- 
graphical sketches, and radio and television scripts and 
interviews relating to Bush's political and speechmaking 
activities. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Donated by Senator Bush, 1963. 

MS 64-205 
Skinner (Wflnam) & Son, Holyoke, Mass. 

Records, 1874-1950. 89 items. 

In Connecticut Valley Historical Museum (Springfield, 
Mass.) 

Account books, cashbooks, daybooks, dye house books, in- 
ventory books, ledgers, journals, store ledgers, payrolls, and 
miscellaneous timebooks and receipts, of a company that 
manufactured silk and rayon fabrics. Includes journals, 
meeting records, register and cash receipts of the Mount 
Holyoke Hotel Company (1909-40). 

General index on cards in the repository. 

Gift of the company, 196L 



MS64-206 
Stephen Crane collection, 1895-1963. 

99 items. 

In Dartmouth College Library. 

In part, transcripts. 

Author. Correspondence, together with two unpublished 
articles about Crane. Includes 5 letters from Crane to 
various persons; considerable correspondence (1899-1924) 
concerning publication matters, largely from Cora (Ho- 
worth) Crane (1865-1910), from Alfred T. Plant, lawyer 
and Crane's executor, and also from various publishers to 
James B. Pinker, Crane's agent; 29 letters (1896-98) to 
Willis B. Hawkins, Crane's friend, from Amy Leslie (Mrs. 
Lillie (West) Brown Buck) concerning money from Crane 
for Miss Leslie; an article by Anne Alhson entitled Stephen 
Crane's lost Helen (Nancy Crouse (Mrs. Nellie J. Crouse 
Carpenter)) containing copies of 7 Crane letters in the 
Syracuse University Library; and a photocopy of a paper 
(1963) by Robert Wooster Stallman entitled Some notes for 
a biography of Stephen Crane. 

Cards for writer and recipient of chief items in the li- 
brary's file for manuscript collections. Acquisitions to 1948 
described in A Stephen Crane collection, by Herbert Faulk- 
ner West (1948). 

Initial gift largely assembled by George Matthew Adams 
and presented by him in 1946; collection continued by gift 
and purchase from various sources. 



MS 64-207 
CahaD, Thomas, collector. 

Cahall collection, 1739-1867. 114 items. 

In Delaware Public Archives Commission collections. 

Papers (mostly 1800-40) on lands and families of Mispil- 
lion and Milford Hundreds, Kent Co, DeL Includes per- 
sonal accounts and account books; documents concerning 
estate settlements; petitions and other papers concerning 
schools, roads, and vacant lands; and surveys, deeds, and 
assessments, especially of the tracts Cooper, Dark and Dis- 
mal, Increase, Lovelong, and Williams Choice. Represented 



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Cahall collection, 1739-1867. 



CahalL, Thomas, collector. 
(Continued) 

in the collection are the Bowman, Hall, Parsons, and Tom- 
hnson families, together with individuals of nineteen other 
surnames in the neighborhood. 

Catalog containing an abstract of each item in the re- 
pository. Also described in Delaware. Public Archives 
Commission. list of accessions, v. 13, no. 3 (Jan., 1964) 

Information on literary rights available in the library 

Gift of Mrs. Cahall, 1963. 

„ t MS 64-208 

Cochran family. 

Papers, 1797-1930. 81 items. 

In Delaware Public Archives Commission collections. 

Correspondence, clippings, souvenirs, and other personal 
papers of John P. Cochran (1809-1898); his son, John 
Cochran (1841-1876) ; and his granddaughter, Mary (Coch- 
ran) PooL 

Major portion of the collection described in Delaware. 
Public Archives Commission. List of accessions, v. 12, no. 1 
(Oct., 1962). Some items also described in v. 11, no 1 (Oct 
1961 ), and y. 12, no. 3 (Apr., 1963) 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift of Mrs. Howard Pool, 1945-63. 

„ , „ . MS 64-209 

Delaware Railroad Company. 

Records, 1847-1944. 5 boxes. 

In Delaware Public Archives Commission collections. 

Correspondence; receipts; bills; memoranda; resolutions; 
orders; engineering notebooks, elevation drawings and esti- 
mates (1852-56) ; contracts; agreements; and printed re- 
ports. 

Described in Delaware. Public Archives Commission. 
List of accessions, v. 10, no. 3 (Apr., 1961) 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift of the Delaware Railroad Company, through Ralph 
C. Wilson, secretary, 1961. 



„ . MS 64-210 

Harrington, John V d. 1865. 

Letters, 1862-64. 52 items. 

In Delaware Public Archives Commission collections. 

Union Army soldier. Civil War letters written by Har- 
rington, sergeant in Company H, 3d Delaware Infantry, 
mostly to his brother-in-law James Tickers of Felton, DeL, 
from army posts in Maryland and Virginia. Return ad- 
dresses include Frederick City, Relay House, Harper's 
Ferry, "Dorsey's Switch" on the B. & 0., and "near Rich- 
mond." 

Described in Delaware. Public Archives Commission. 
List of accessions, v. 11, no. 2 (Jan., 1962) 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift of Ruth Hodgson, 1961. Formerly owned by Frank 
A. Hodgson, and Mrs. Harrington. 

„ , M _ MS64-2U 

Henderson family. 

Papers, 1800-1920. 313 items. 

In Delaware Public Archives Commission collections. 

Accounts, receipts, memoranda, and land records pertain- 
ing to James Henderson and his sons, John and James 
Henderson, Jr.; correspondence (1826-77) and accounts 
(1811-73) of Benjamin Henderson; and correspondence and 
personal papers of Elizabeth Henderson, James L. Davis, 
Thomas C. Lowry, and others. • 



Described in Delaware. Public Archives Commission. 
List of accessions, v. 10, no. 2 (Jan., 1961) and v. 12, no. 2 
(Jan., 1963) 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift of Harvey Shockley, Jr., 1960; and the Colonel 
David Hall Chapter, D. A..JL, Lewes, DeL, 1962. 



.,.■■,. MS 64-212 

Johnson family. 

Papers, 1793-1883. 737 items. 

In Itelaware Public Archives Commission collections. 

Correspondence and administrative papers (1843-45) to- 
gether with a few miscellaneous personal papers of Alex- 
ander Johnson (1812-1896), sheriff of Kent Co., DeL; 
papers of James Johnson (d. 1828), surveyor and fanner, 
relating to surveying and to the settlement of his estate and 
that of Richard Hayes; and correspondence and business 
papers (1827-43) of William Johnson (d. 1863), Kent 
County lawyer and surveyor. 

Unpublished calendar in the repository. Also described 
in Delaware. Public Archives Commission. List of acces- 
sions, v. 11, no. 3 (Apr., 1962) 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift of the estate of Mrs. J. Pilling Wright, 1962. 



« MS 64-213 

Reese, Ann, collector. 

Reese collection, 1715-1877. 77 items. 

In Delaware Public Archives Commission collections. ^ 

Chiefly land documents including deeds, surveys, and 
leases for lands in Duck Creek, Appoquinimink Creek, and 
St Georges Hundreds in Kent and New Castle counties, 
Del.; together with apprentice indentures; manumissions 
and other records concerning slaves; business records; per- 
sonal papers of the Allee, Hoffecker, and Peterson families: 
and other miscellaneous items. 

Checklist in the repository. Also described in Delaware 
Public Archives Commission. List of accessions, v. 12. no 2 
(Jan.,1963) ' ' 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift of Mrs. Reese, 1962. 



MS 64-214 
Libby, Isaac Chase, 1852-1923. 

Papers, 1875-1923. 6 ft. 

In Eastern Washington State Historical Society collec- 
tions (Spokane) 

Pioneer educator and Methodist minister, of Spokane, 
Wash. Correspondence, notebooks, drafts of sermons, 
prayers, poems, printed matter, and other papers relating 
to Libby's association with Spokane College, Spokane Eng- 
lish and Classical School, Spokane High School, Methodist 
Episcopal Church of Spokane, Spokane Chapter of the^ 
Archaeological Institute of America, and other civic and 
cultural organizations, giving valuable information on 
Spokane for 1882-1923. Includes some family papers and 
genealogy. 

Unpublished inventory and guide in the repository. 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift of Edith Traver, 1958. 



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MS 64-215 
Crnmbie, Frank R 

Papers, 1926-31. 4 boxes. 
In University of Florida library. 

Customs inspector and revenue collector in Haiti. Let- 
Wk tors, scrapbooks, notes, and photos, pertaining to the West 

Indies, particularly Haiti. 
Unpublished index in the library. 
Purchased from Mrs. Marian Crumbie. 



MS 64-216 
Glasgow, Ellen Anderson Ghofeon, 1873-1946. 

Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings' collection, 1900^-53. 2 ft. 

In University of Florida Library. 

Author. Correspondence, speeches, articles, book reviews, 
clippings, notes, and photos, collected by Marjorie Kwinan 
Rawlings for. a biography of Miss Glasgow. Most of the 
letters (1906-45) are between Miss Glasgow and her brother 
Arthur, Mrs. C. Cabell Tutwiler, and Anne Y. Bennett, and 
concern her books, family affairs, and trips. Other corre- 
spondents include James Branch Cabell, Margaret Cabell, 
Margaret Dashiell, Carrie Duke, Inez Freeman, Maxwell 
Perkins, Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, and Hunter Stagg. 

Unpublished index in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of the Rawlings estate and Norton Baskin, 1950. 



MS 64-217 
Carina, Walter E 1885-1960, collector. 

The Walter E. Corbin collection, ca. 1910-60. ca. 5200 
m^ items. 

In Forbes Library (Northampton, Mass.) 

Genealogical and photographic material, chiefly of fami- 
lies and places in western Massachusetts and northern Con- 
necticut, consisting of card indexes containing notes and 
references, and family names from some of the Massachu- 
setts vital records books ; ca. 3600 negatives and 600 prints 
of scenes of Florence and Northampton, Mass., the Con- 
necticut Valley, cemeteries of western Massachusetts, grave- 
stones of genealogical interest, and local geological forma- 
tions; and picture postcards of scenes from photos, by 
Corbin. Includes a looseleaf notebook entitled Index of 
English parish registers in the various counties in England 
whose marriages have been published, which also contains 
an index to English parish registers in Forbes library ; and 
a name and subject card index to all the negatives. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Open to investigators for use under supervision. 

Gift of Mrs. Corbin, 1968. 



MS 64-218 
Ballintine, John C 1842-1902. 

Papers of John C. and Elliot C. Ballintine, 1850-1902. 
73 items. 
< In University of Georgia Library. 

Civil War letters written from New York, Ohio, and 
Cumberland College, Ky. to John C. Ballintine, Union 
Army soldier in the 13th Regiment, New York Volunteers, 
who was a paroled prisoner-of-war at Annapolis, Md.; and 
notebooks, pictures, and memorabilia of Elliot C. Ballintine, 
mechanical engineer of Bay St Louis, Hancock Co., Miss., 
relating to his service in the Spanish American War as a 
sergeant in the 3d Regiment of U. S. Volunteer Engineers. 



MS 64-219 
Barrow, David Crenshaw, 1852-1929. 

Papers, 1859-1929. 48 ft ( 54,641 items) 

In University of Georgia Library. 

Educator, planter, politician, and Army officer. Corre- 
spondence, records, reports, accounts, speeches, MSS. of 
articles, scrapbooks, clippings, pictures, memorabilia, and 
other papers of Barrow, who was chancellor of the Univer- 
sity of Georgia from 1906-25, covering its expansion and 
development from a college into a university. 

Acquired from the University of Georgia President's 
Office and Mrs. Barrow, 1929. 

MS64-220 
Bower, Byron Beaufort, 1874-1955. 

Bower family correspondence, 1872-1906. 377 items. 

In University of Georgia Library. 

Lawyer, Georgia State legislator, and trustee and regent 
of the University of Georgia. Letters (chiefly 1893-94) 
from Bower telling of his activities and escapades as a 
student at the University of Georgia; and other personal 
and business letters of the Bower family of Bainbridge, Ga. 

Gift of John Diekerson Bower, m, 1960-61. 

MS 64-221 

Branch family. 

Papers, 1830-1961. ca.3ft._(859items) 

In University of Georgia library. 

Correspondence, scrapbooks, autograph books, certificates, 
broadsides, clippings, roster of Georgia companies in the 
Civil War, programs, and pictures of the Branch family of 
Savannah, Ga. Civil War correspondence is between Mrs. 
Charlotte Sawyer Branch, widow of John Henry Salah 
Branch (d. 1846) and her sons, Hamilton McDevit Branch 
(1843-1899), head of the Central Railroad and Steamship 
Company; John Lufburrow Branch (1838-1861) ; and San- 
ford W. Branch (1840-1891). Includes letters of Gen. Franr 
cis S. Bartow. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. James Lester Sexton (Margaret Branch), 
1958, 196L 

MS64-222 
Coker, Francis Marion, 1827-1905. 

Florence Hodgson Heidler collection, 1861-66. 266 items. 

In University of Georgia Library. 

Planter, banker, and Confederate Army soldier, of Geor- 
gia. Letters of Coker to his wife, Sarah ( Sallie) Alice Reid 
Johnson Coker (1836-1916), written during his service as a 
soldier in the Confederate Army in Virginia and containing 
descriptions and comments on camp life and politics, people, 
places, and battles. Includes accounts of the Seven Days 
Battles and the fighting around Fredericksburg and Peters- 
burg, Va. A few of the letters are from Mrs. Coker to her 
husband, and two or three are business letters. 

Unpublished calendar in the library. 

Gift of George and Harrison Heidler in memory of their 
mother, Florence Hodgson Heidler, 1958. 

MS64-223 
Farrow, Henry Patfflo, 1834-1907. 

Papers, 1855-1937. 4600 items. 

In University of Georgia Library. 

Lawyer, and attorney general of Georgia. Correspond- 
ence, documents, account books, ledgers, bills, receipts, broad- 
sides, pamphlets, newspapers, clippings, and pictures reflect- 
ing Georgia politics during and after Reconstruction, and 
giving insight into the organization and policymaking activi- 
ties of a two party system. The Porter Springs Division of 
the papers includes letters, memoranda, hotel registers, ac- 
count books, employees book, ledgers, bills, receipts, bro- 



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Farrow, Henry PatiDo, 1834-1907 

(Continued) 

chores, advertising material, and other papers (1874-1900) 
dealing with Porter Springs, a summer resort near Dahlo- 
nega in northern Georgia which was owned and operated by 
Farrow. Political correspondents include James Atkins, 
Madison Bell, Joseph E. Brown, Alfred E. Buck, RelW 
(Latimer) Felton, Dr. William H. Felton, John B. Gordon, 
Z. B. Hargrove, James Longstreet, and Emory Speer. 
Gift of Corrie Whitner, 1962. 



n i*_ n t MS64-224 

Felton, Rebecca (Latimer) 1835-1930. 

Papers, 1851-1930. 4812 items. 

In University of Georgia Library. 

U.S. Senator from Georgia, lecturer, and educator. Cor- 
respondence, speeches, scrapbooks, articles, newspaper clip- 
pings, bills, receipts, tax assessments and returns, cancelled 
checks, sheet music, greeting cards, pictures, and other pa- 
pers, mostly dealing with Mrs. Felton's work in Georgia 
pontics, the temperance movement, women's rights, peial 
reform, education, religion, and banking laws. Includes ma- 
terial concerning the political revolt led by her husband. Dr 
Wilham Harrell Felton, and her controversies with John 
B. Gordon, Benjamin H. Hill, Joseph E. Brown, and Alex- 
ander H. Stephens. 

Unpublished lists in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Felton, 1930. 



Ffeurigen, Cameron Douglas, 1854-1942 

Papers, 1867-1941. 1900 items. 

In University of Georgia Library. 
aSH^T"^ dvic le ^ der . ^d newspaper publisher, of 
t„2 ' wn VBnW****, speeches, articles, committee 
?rt '^' f 3 ,"** 1 ?^ containing information on the 
Athens City school system and the Athens street railway, 
and giving an uiaght into local problems of transportation 
and education with which Flanigen dealt as president of 
«?th?f£ ^ay& Electric Company, and a member 
of the Athens Board of Education. 

GI 1958 f '*** Fknigei1 eStato ' 1942 ' ^ Ban-ington Flam- 



Harden family. MS64-226 

iten^ 611 ^* ^ 011 ^^ 15 * 111618 ^H 604 * 011 ' ir 79-1963. ca. 2800 
In University of Georgia Library. 
Correspondence, diaries, accounts, ledgers, scrapbooks, 
dippings, receipte, bonds, deeds, lists,!^ autograph 
commissions, music, pictures, and other material pertaining 
to the ' fenubes of Gen. Edward Harden (1784-1849), lawW 
%* *jtB Senator of Georgia; his daughter, Mary EHsa 
Qreenhill Harden (1811-ia87); hislri<>inec?lS 
Harden ^Jackson (1848-1928) ; and his great great-niece, 
Elizabeth Critters (b. 1874) ; and reflect^the^o^C 
tory of *he Piedmont section of Georgia. Includes material 
on the Lucy Cobb Institute, Athens, Ga., and biographical 
material on Athens, Ga. people. 
1963* Wld pnMhase from Elizabeth Carithers, 1958, 1962, 



win to i* » J MS64-227 

HiD, Walter Barnard, 1851-1905. 

Papers, 1901-06. 10,364 items. 

In University of Georgia Library. 

Educator. Papers (chiefly 1904-05) relating to Hill's M. 
work as chancellor of the University of Georgia. Includes m 
correspondence; annual reports; speeches; and material on 
the faculty, departments, budget, and other aspects of ad- 
ministration 

Transferred from the President's office. Speeches re- 
ceived as a gift from Mrs. Brian S. Brown, nee Hill, 1935. 

MS 64-228 
Lamar, Joseph Rocker, 1857-1916. 

Papers, 1792-1936. 4993 items. 

In University of Georgia Library. 

Lawyer, and U. S. Supreme Court Justice. Correspond- 
ence, speeches, notes, opinions, citations, scrapbooks, cer- 
tificates, resolutions, MSS. of articles, invitations, pictures, 
and memorabilia dealing with Lamar's personal and public 
life as an Associate Justice of the U. S. Supreme Court; 
together with engagement books, guest lists, menus, table 
settings, and notes on entertaining in Washington (1911-16) 
of his wife, Clarinda Huntington (Pendleton) Lamar (1856- 
1943). Includes two letters (1792) between Alexander 
Hamilton and Nathaniel Pendleton. Correspondents include 
William Jennings Bryan, James A Garfield, Oliver Wendell 
Holmes, Charles Evans Hughes, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, 
William H. Taft, Octave Thanet (pseudonym of AHce 
French), and Woodrow Wilson. 

Unpublished list in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Lamar, 1938. 

u i. » ^^ „ MS64-229 

Mell, Patrick Hues, 1814-1888. ^ 

Papers, 1829-88. 853 items. ~ 

In University of Georgia Library. 

Baptist clergyman, Confederate Army soldier, and chan- 
cellor of the University of Georgia. Correspondence, re- 
ports, articles, sermons, scrapbooks, and other personal and 
official papers. Includes letters from Civil War soldiers 
and rosters of Confederate military companies. 

Purchased from Patrick Mell, 1957-58; Wonder Shop. 
1962; and LW.Dickerson, Jr., 1963. 

«n„-._.._„ MS64-230 

MeD, Patrick Hues, 1850-1918. 

Scrapbooks, 1869-97. 8 v. 

In University of Georgia Library. 

Scientist and educator. Letters, articles from Engineer- 
ing and mining journal, class notes, lists, invitations, pro- 
grams, clippings, obituaries, and other material pertaining 
to Mell's college career, family, church affiliation, interests, 
and activities while he was a student at the University of 
Georgia, State chemist of Georgia, and professor of geology 
and botany at Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Auburn, Ala, 

Unpublished list in the library. 

Purchased from Patrick Mell, 1957. 

V _* t .. „ "' .. MS 64 ~ 231 

Newton, John Hamlin, 1800-1889. ^ 

Carlton-Newton-Mell collection, 1814-1931. 4230 items.* 

In University of Georgia Library. 

Papers of Newton, a businessman of Fenn's Bridge and 
Athens, Ga.; of his son-in-law, Henry Hull Carlton (1834- 
1905), a doctor, lawyer, journalist, Confederate soldier, and 
poktician of Athens, Ga.; and of Carlton's daughter's 
father-in-law, Patrick Hues Mell (1814-1888), Baptist 
clergyman, Confederate soldier, college professor, and chan- 
cellor of the University of Georgia. Correspondence, 



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Newton, John Hamlin, 1800-1889. Carlton-Newton-MeU 
collection, 1814-1931. (Continued) 
diaries, ledgers, accounts, documents, deeds, bills, receipts, 
Confederate money, invitations, programs, pictures, and 
other material particularly reflecting the Civil War Period. 
Includes letters from James Ryder Randal], author of 
Maryland, my Maryland. 

Purchased from Gary Doster, 1956; and Patrick Mali, 
1957 and 1958. 



MS64-232 
Pryor, Shephard Green, 1828-1911. 

Papers, 1845-63. 268 items. 

In University of Georgia Library. 

Confederate Army soldier and planter, of Sumter Co., 
Ga. Chiefly Civil War letters (1861-63) from Pryor, a 
member of the Muckalee Guards, Company A, 12th Regi- 
ment, Georgia Volunteer Infantry who fought in the 
Shenandoah Valley Campaigns, Seven Days Battles, battles 
of Chancellorsville and Fredericksburg, and the Gettysburg 
Campaign, to his wife; together with, deeds, biographical 
material, and pictures. 

Gifts of Mrs. Keith H. Henney, 1957; and Charles R. 
Adams, 1961. 



MS 64-288 
Reece, Byron Herbert, 1917-1958. 

Papers, 1937-58. 6068 items. 
Wk In University of Georgia Library. 

Author, teacher, and farmer, of Blairsville, Ga. Corre- 
spondence; lecture notes on composition, poetry, and Eng- 
lish and American literature; scrapbooks; citations and 
awards; pictures; and MSS. and revisions of Reece's works 
including Ballad of the bones (1945), Bow down in Jericho 
(1950), The hills not home, Not the full harvest (1944), Re- 
membrance of Moab (1949), Season of flesh (1955), Song of 
joy (1952), Better a dinner of herbs (1950), and The hawk 
and the sun (1955), 

Unpublished list in the library. 

Gift of Eva Reece, 1959. 



MS64-234 
Scudder, Nina WflMns, 1897-1956. 

Nina Scndder memorial collection, 1839-1956. 4 ft. 
(1769 items) 

In University of Georgia Library. 

Art teacher and flower show judge, of Athens, Ga. Cor- 
respondence, speeches, articles, biographical records, pic- 
tures, paintings, and other material relating to the Scndder 
School of Art, flower shows, flower arrangements, flower 
show judging, garden clubs (including the Ladies' Garden 
i Club, Athens, Ga.) and the Founders 9 Memorial Garden. 
Includes records (1901-30) of the Bessie Mell Industrial 
Home, a charitable organization in Athens, Ga^ devoted to 
"aid for the weak and work for the strong,'' of which Miss 
Scuddert mother, Nina (Wilkins) Scudder (Mrs. Charles 
Alexander Scudder) was an officer. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gifts of Moselle (Scudder) Weston, Susan (Scudder) 
Hadden, 1956, 1960-62. 



MS 64-236 
Baker (Walter) & Company, ltd. 

Records, 1812-1945. 14 ft 

In Harvard Business School, Baker Library. 

Ledgers, journals, cashbooks, payrolls, sales journals, 
shipments, scrapbooks, and other papers of a chocolate 
manufacturer in Dorchester, Mass. Includes account books 
(1843-^67) of Sidney B. Williams, and account books (1896- 
1900) of Josiah Webb & Company, makers of chocolate, 
Milton, Mass. 

Unpublished inventory in the library. 

Gift of General Foods Corporation, 1964. 



MS 64-286 
Dun & Bradstreet, inc. 

Credit ledgers, ca. 1840-95. 249 ft. (ca. 2550 v.) 

In Harvard Business School, Baker Library. 

Credit ledgers containing entries made in the New York 
office from field reports on thousands of firms across the 
country. The volumes are arranged by State, then by 
county or city, and contain name indexes. Includes a few 
records of Dun & Bradstreet's own business before 1900. 

Unpublished lists in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in library. 

Gift of the corporation, 1962. 



MS64-287 

Eustis family. 

Business records, 1878-1948. 6 ft. (66 v.) 

In Harvard Business School, Baker Library. 

Records of the copper, pyrite, and gold mining oper ati ons 
in Sherbrooke Co., Quebec, and Melones, Calif, of William 
E. C. Eustis and his sons, Augustus H. and Frederic A. 
Eustis, of Boston. Includes letter books from the Boston 
office of the Eustis Mining Company, known before 1888 aa 
the Orford Copper and Sulphur Company, and after 1927 
as the Consolidated Copper and Sulphur Company; and 
papers (1903-28) of the Melones Mining Company. 

Unpublished inventory and catalog cards in the library. 

Gift of Augustus H. Eustis, 1963. 



MS64-288 
Garrison, William Lloyd, 1874- 

Letter books, 1903-21. ca. 2 ft. (11 v.) 
In Harvard Business School, Baker Library. 
Businessman, of Boston, Mass. Letters, chiefly of a per- 
sonal nature, relating to family affairs, the Harvard Class of 
1897, trustee matters, and such subjects as the single tax. 
Catalog cards in the library. 
Gift of Mrs. Garrison, 1962. 



MS 64-239 
Holt, Jonah, 1783-1860. 

Business records of Jonah Holt and John Stevens, 1826- 
72. 3ft. 

In Harvard Business School, Baker Library. 

Five daybooks and two ledgers (1825-60) of Holt and 
eleven daybooks (1832-72) kept by John Stevens (1804- 
1890) , storekeepers of BluehiB, Me. 

Catalog cards in the library. 

Gift of Boston University, 1963. 



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Manufacturers' Research Association. 

Records, 1922-^32. 3 ft. (5332 items) 
In Harvard Business School, Raker Library. 
Committtee material mimeographed for distribution, re- 
plies from companies on various policies and practices, and 
other selected records of an association of a dozen or more 
Massachusetts firms in different industries, organized to ex- 
change information of mutual interest, and which maintained 
a Boston office under the direction of R. L. Tweedy. Com- 
panies represented include the American Optical Company, 
Browne & Sharpe .Manufacturing Company. Dennison 
Manufacturing Company, Eastern Manufacturing Company, 
Ginn i Company, Gratou £ Knight Company, Helbum 
Thompson. Hood Rubber Companv, Kendall Mills, inc. 
Lewis .Manufacturing Company, Nashua Manufacturing 
Company, Norton Company, Stratlunore Paper Company, 
Universal Winding, Walworth Company. Inc., and the 
Wlutin Machine Works. 
Unpublished inventory in the library. 
Deposited by Arthur B. Newhall for the Association, 1932. 

ai j j „ „ MS 64-241 

Alexander and Howell, Dixon, III. 

Records, 1854-76. 315 items. 

In Illinois State Historical Library. 

Business correspondence; accounts; and circulars and 
price lists received from manufacturers of machinery and 
tools, stoves, refrigerators and plumbing equipment, lamps, 
bird cages, and miscellaneous items, of a retail hardware 
firm operated by Philip M. Alexander (1819-1898) and 
George L. Howell (1820-1893) Includes four letters (1874- 
75) from Joseph Utley and F. Finch from Washington, 
D. ^concerning the Hennepin and Rock Island Canal bill 

Gift of Mrs. Beatrice Lanphier, 1959. 

Andrews family. MS 64-242 

Papers, 1827-93. 102 items. 
In Illinois State Historical Library. 
i ^P er ^? f ., th e ^drews family of Vermilion Co., HI. m - 

SLI^v 1 W " ^ J 1861 " 65 ) of Austin S. Andrews 
(1836-1917) corporal m the 12th Hlinois Infantry, written 
from Kentucky, Corinth, Miss, and Pocahontas and other 

? s^L'erTfT 8366 ! P , ap ! K ( 1863 - 71 > of John O. Andrews 
(1844-1871), law clerk for John C. Short, Illinois State 
Kepresentative, including letters and programs (1863-67) 
concerning the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich 
and copies of petitions and bills (1871) proposed in the' 
Illinois General Assembly; daybook (1851) ; diary (1863) • 
letters (1863) from a soldier in the 54th Indiana Infantry 
Mfio? Z m f* llan T eous Papers (1839-93). Includes paper4 
(1827-39) of the James Newell family, with land grants 
signed by or for John Quincy Adams, Ninian Edwards, 
Andrew Jackson, and John Reynolds. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Charles H. Campbell, 1960. 

- _ , MS 64-248 

Frazee, Thomas J 

Letters, 1861-65. 66 items. 

In Illinois State Historical Library. 

Union Army soldier, from Delavan, HL Civil War let- 
ters of a private in Company B, 73d Illinois Infantry, writ- 
ten home to his parents, Jonathan and Caroline Frazee; his 
aster, Ahneda; and his brother, Cornelius; concerning the 
Siege of Atlanta, his experiences as a prisoner and parolee 
after his capture near Atlanta, and the battles of Perryvflle, 
Ky., Stone River, Tenn., Chickamauga, Tenn., Resaca, Ga., 



Adairsville, Ga., and Kennesaw Mountain, Ga. The letters 
were written from Camp Butler, HL; camps in or near 
Louisville, Ky.; Nashville, Murfreesboro, Cowens Station, 
Chattanooga, Knoxville, Lenoir Station, Cleveland, and 
other places m. Tennessee; Stevenson and Hogs Jaw Valley, 
Ala. ; Kingston, Dallas, and Atlanta, Ga. ; a parole camp at 
Annapolis, Md ; and Camp Chase, Ohio. 
Purchase, 1963. 



r. 1,11 T t, „ MS 64-244 

Gaskffl, James R M 1820-1894. 

Papers, 1854-1926. 185 items. 

In Illinois State Historical Library. 

Physician. Personal correspondence, Civil War material, 
and miscellaneous papers of a surgeon who served with the 
45th Illinois Infantry. The correspondence is with Gaskill's 
wife, Clara, and with friends and relatives in Greenville and 
Columbia, HI., and in Marine (later Marine Mills), Wash- 
ington Co., Minn., and concerns Gaskill's store in Marine, 
and his Army service. The Civil War papers consist of 
official correspondence and medical reports for the 45th Hli- 
nois Infantry (1863-65) including field orders and circu- 
lars; records concerning recruits examined; disability dis- 
charges; reports and invoices on hospital and medical 
property; and reports on sick and wounded. Includes a 
circular (1854) giving prices and products of a wholesale 
drug and chemical company, and a notebook (1879) giving 
formulae for prescriptions. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 
Gift of Philip D. Sang, 1962. 



MS64-245 
Gillett family. 

Papers, 1828-1904. ca. 2 ft. (221 items) 
In Illinois State Historical Library. 
Correspondence and other papers of John Gillet (1796?- 
1847), farmer and land speculator, of Lake Fork, HL; John 
Dean Gillett (1819-1888), landlord, livestock producer, and 
land speculator, of Lake Fork and Elkhart, HI.; his wife, 
Lemira (Parke) Gillett; and other members of the Gillett 
family. Includes materials dealing with the estates of John 
Dean Gillett, Smith Tuttle, and AmariUa (Sanford) Tuttle; 
real estate; cattle and hogs; legal agreements; and geneal- 
ogy; together with financial papers. Correspondence dis- 
cusses sales of land to the Mormons at Nauvoo, 111.; land 
transactions elsewhere in Illinois, Wisconsin, and Minnesota; 
and livestock production. Contains letters from Civil War 
soldiers from Illinois including George H. Campbell, J. G. 
Chalfant, Andrew Danmor, Robert B. Latham, Hannibal 
C. St Clair, David Vanhisc, and Mindret Wemple. Other 
correspondents include Riley R. Beach of Commerce, TIL; 
Shelby Moore Cullom; Virgil Hickox; Horace R. Hotchkiss 
of New Haven, Conn.; Hiram D. Keays; Phineas Kimball 
Jr. of Nauvoo, TIL; David Littler; Stephen T. Logan; John A 
McNulta; M M Morrill; Emma (Gillett) Oglesby; Richard ^» 
J. Oglesby ; Marcus B. Osborn and Company of Rock Island, 
HL; Charles M Osburn and Curtis; Samuel C. Parks; 
George H. Scranton; J. H. Sherman; John T. Stuart, Ed- 
wards, and Brown; and Smith Tuttle of Fair Haven, Conn. 

Unpublished guide available in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Purchase, 1937, and gift of Mrs. Selim W. McArthur, 
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MS64-248 
Griffin, John A 1842-19%. 

Papers, 1860-68. 396 items. 

In Illinois State Historical Library. 

Union Army soldier. Correspondence, and diary (1862- 
63 kept as a private in Company D, 17th Illinois Infantry) 
containing entries concerning sick leave in Viola, EL ; guard 
duty at Bolivar,Tenn.; battles of Inks and Hatchie; gnard 
" duly at La Grange, Tenn.; march to Memphis via Holly 
Springs, Abbeville, and Oxford, Miss, and Moscow and Col- 
lierville, Tenn. ; duly at the Navy Yard in Memphis and at 
Lake Providence, La.; and siege of Vicksburg. The letters 
are from friends and relatives in Cairo, Cambridge, Free- 
land, Keithsburg, Mt. Morris, and Viola, HL; and from 
soldiers in the 8th Illinois Infantry, 33d Illinois Infantry, 
31st 'Wisconsin Infantry, 53d U. S. Colored Infantry, and 
unspecified regiments in Illinois, Missouri, Indiana, Ten- 
nessee, Kentucky, Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia, 
and Virginia. 

Gift of John H. Griffin, 1961 and 1962. 



MS64-247 
Humphrey, J Otis, 1850-1918. 

Correspondence, 1908-18. 149 items. 

In Illinois State Historical Library. 

U. S. District judge, of Illinois. Letters received by 
Humphrey, relating primarily to the Lincoln Centennial 
Association of Springfield, HL Correspondents include 
Gutzon Borglum, William Jennings Bryan, James Bryce, 
Joseph G. Cannon, Shelby M. Cullom, Charles S. Deneen, 
Edward F. Dunne, Joseph W. Fif er, Melville W. Fuller, 
Jean Jules Jusserand, James Hamilton Lewis, Bobert Todd 
Lincoln, Henry Cabot Lodge, Frank O. Lowden, William 
3. McKinley, John G. Oglesby, William Lyon Phelps, Law- 
rence T. Sherman, William Barret Bidgeley, Horace White, 
and Richard Yates. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of William O. Humphrey, 1960. 



MS64-248 
King family. 

Papers, 1798-1927. 2 ft (2286 items) 

In Illinois State Historical Library. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) and photocopies. 

Correspondence, journals, genealogical notes, and other 
papers of David King (1794-1877) ; his wife, Sarah Ann 
(Denniston) King (1805-1877) ; and their children, John 
Kevin King (1827-1915) ; Charles Speer King (b. 1832) ; 
Campbell Denniston King (1828-1884); William Henry 
Kin g (b. 1840) ; David King, Jr. (b. 1838) ; James Staart 
King (b. 1831) ; Joseph Bush Hays King (b. 1846) ; Lucie 
Stuart King (b. 1842); and Thomas Clark King (1834- 
£t 1866). Contains descriptions of Irish immigration; busi- 
ness relationships (1816-43) among wholesale dry goods 
and iron products firms in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and 
other cities; St. Augustine, Fla., and Savannah, Ga., in the 
1830's; the Mexican War; difficulties of an overland trip to 
California in 1850; the Northwestern Boundary Survey 
from 1857-60; the Quartermaster Dept on the Pacific coast 
from 1850-71; college life at Bethany College, Va., during 
the 1840's and at Illinois College, Jacksonville, HI., during 



the 1850's; the Civil War (Camp Defiance, Cairo, HI.; 
Burnside's Division in North Carolina and Virginia; and 
the 9th Army Corps in Tennessee and Virginia) ; farm life 
in Sangamon Co., HL, Kansas, and Oregon; missionary 
activities in the Indian Territory; and the Willamette Falls 
Canal Company in Oregon. 

Partial calendar in the library. A 1 so described in The 
King family papers, 1798-1927; a descriptive inventory, by 
Robert L. Brubaker (1963) 

Deposited by Mr. and Mrs. Philip D. Sang, 1958. 

The University of Washington Library (Seattle) has a 
negative microfilm copy (1 reel) of 201 letters (1857-77) 
written by John Nevin King. 



MS64-249 
Myers, Patrick. 

Business records, 1860-72. 95 items. 
In Illinois State Historical Library. 
Tavern proprietor, of Springfield, HL Correspondence 
(1866-69), receipts, accounts, and liquor licenses (1860-72). 
Purchased, 1959. 



MS 64-250 
Patrons of Husbandry. IUmois State Orange. 
Records, 1885-1961. 73 items and 7 v. 
In Illinois State Historical Library. 
Records concerning the Subordinate, Pomona, and Juve- 
nile Granges in Illinois and the Illinois granger (1947-61). 
Deposited by the Hlinois State Grange, 1963. 



MS 64-251 
Patrons of Husbandry, Illinois State Grange. Pomona 
Grange'. Winnebago Co. 
Records. 1874-1956. 300 items and 6 v. 
In Illinois State Historical Library. 
Correspondence (1919-44), minutes of meetings (1874-81, 
1906-56), and miscellaneous papers. 

Deposited by the Winnebago County Pomona Grange, 
1963. 



MS64-252 

Russell family. 

Papers, 1792-1927. ca. 1 ft. (813 items) 

In Hlinois State Historical Library. 

Correspondence (including some miscellaneous Civil War 
letters) journals, daybooks, account books, legal documents, 
speeches, and literary MSS. of John Russell (1793-1863), 
pioneer, editor, and teacher of Bluffdale, HL; his wife, 
Laura (Spencer) Russell; and their children, including 
Spencer G. RusselL The material concerns Bluffdale, HL ; 
the Black Hawk War; Hlinois State Lyceum (1831-33); 
Rock Spring Seminary (later Shurtleff College, Alton, HI.) 
(1828-57) ; other schools in which John Russell taught in 
Bonhommie Bottom, Mo. (1819-25), St. Louis, Mo. (1826- 
27), Vandalia, HL (1830-31), East Feliciana Parish, La. 
(1843-49), and Carrollton, HL (1850-52) ; and publications 
which John Russell edited, or for which he wrote, including 
the Backwoodsman (1837-39), and the Louisville advertiser 
(1842) Correspondents include Gen. Henry Atkinson 
(1782-1842), John Mason Peck (1789-1858), and John 
Reynolds (1788-1865). 

Gifts of Spencer G. RusselL 1901; William S. RusselL 
1926; and Mrs. Howard Hobson, 1953, I960, and 1962. 



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Spence, Brant, 1874. MSW - 253 

Papers, 1937-62. 60 ft. (ca. 37,500 items) 

In University of Kentucky Library. 

U. S. Representative from Kentucky, Democrat Corre- 
spondence from constituents; files on service academy ap- 
pointments, service cases, and Veterans' Administration 
records; material on general legislation; and correspondence, 
hearings, reports, and public laws concerning legislation on 
price control,housing, banking, monetary affairs, and other 
business of the Committee on Banking and Currency of 
which Spence was chairman almost continuously from 1943- 
62. Correspondents include Dean Acheson, Alben W Bark- 
ley, Bernard Baruch, Eugene B. Black, Chester Bowles, 
Paul Butter, James F. Byrnes, Will Clayton, John Sherman 
Cooper, Martin Dies, Douglas Dillon, Michael V DiSalle. 
Jesse ^Donaldson, Paul Douglas, Cyrus Eaton, JamesA 
Farley, WilliamGreen, Alfred E. Smith, W. Averell Harri- 
man, J. Edgar Hoover, Cordell Hull, George M. Humphrey, 
Jesse H. Jones Estes Kefauver, John F. Kennedy, Robert 
Kennedy, Fiorello LaGuardia, Scott W. Lucas, John W. 
McCormack, Joseph W. Martin, Jr., George Meany, Henry 
Morgenthau, Jr., Bishop William T. Mulloy, Sam Rayburn, 
Walter P. Reuther, Nelson Rockefeller, Franklin D Roose- 
velt, Dean Rusk, John W. Snyder, Adlai E. Stevenson, 
Stuart Symington, Charles P. Taft, Harry Truman, Fred 

iX ™ f°^ J Sinclair Weeks > Governors of Kentucky, and 
political leaders of Spence's Congressional district 

Unpublished inventory, list, and index in the library 

Correspondence service files, Veterans' Administration 

^'-, . raUroadiretirementcases (1959-62) restricted. 
Gift of Mr. Spence, 1962-63. 



Hound (Clipper ship) ^ 6 *~ 25 * 

Records, 1858-59. ca. 500 items. 
Co^ M:irine Historical Associ » t ion collections (Mystic 

Abstract log (May 13-Sept. 22, 1858) of Lorenzo Dow 
Baker, master of a trip from New York to San Francisco; 
account of disbursements at San Francisco; freight list- 
cargo books; crew lists; and freight receipts from New York 
and Hong Kong of the Hound, a clipper ship built in 1853; 
owned by Charles Charles Henry, David D., and George W 

.Line by Wells & Emanuel until 1863. 

Gift of Richard R. Baker, 1950 and 1953. 



Spker, Elihu, 1825-1893. MS64-2o5 

Papers, 1840-1918. 133 items. 
_In Marine Historical Association collections (Mystic, 

M5te" ter -JE t n^ C ^ nn ; Co^Pondence; accounts 
£lJt?V ^ . Charles H - MaUor 7 & Company; bills 
(1862) for provisioning the clipper ship, Mary L Sutton, of 
astfstic Conn., in San Francisco; accounts (1858-61) of 
Charles Mallory with the Mary L. Sutton; agreement (1854) 
to employ Joseph Wales on the clipper ship Samuel Wfflete 
of Mystic, Conn.; freight list (1857) for the Samuel Willets- 
kst will and testament of Andrew G. Dickinson, Brooklyn' 
K J- ; printed rates (1854) for New Orleans steam tow- 
boats; broadsides about an improvement on a floating drag 
or anchor by Abel N. Lewis, and wharfage rates in Mystic^ 
Conn.; charter party for the bark, Fanny, in 1852; and a 
financial statement (1883) for the Galveston Steamship 

Gift of Mrs. Earle W. Stamm, 1963. 



Washington (Ship) MS 64-256 

Records, 1831-33. 103 items. 

In Marine Historical Association collections (Mystic, 
Gonn.) v •' ^ 

Accounts, bills, receipts, passenger lists, crew lists with 
wages paid, and other papers of a packet ship operating 
between ^ew York and Liverpool, Eng., of which William 
U inompson was master and Abraham Bell & Co. of New 
York were agents. 

Purchase, 1963. 



U IT « rr MS 64-257 

McKellar, Kenneth Douglas, 1869-1957. 

Papers, 1911-53. 1000 ft. 

In Memphis Public Library. 

U S. Representative and Senator from Tennessee. Cor- 
respondence, speeches, scrapbooks, voting records, printed 
matter, pictures, and photos, chiefly relating to McKellar's 
work with the Senate Military Affairs Committee during 
World War i; as chairman of the Senate Post Offices and 
Roads Committee (1933-46) ; with the Tennessee Valley 
Authority; and as chairman of the Senate Appropriations 
Committee during World War n. Includes material con- 
cerning appointments, pardons, pensions, and passports. 
Correspondents include Clement Atlee, William Jennings 
Bryan. Champ Clark, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Adlai Steven- 
son, Woodrow Wilson, and other national and international 
leaders. 

Described in The papers of Senator Kenneth D. McKel- 
lar: a preliminary chronology, by Joseph H. Riggs (1960). 

Gift of Mr. McKellar, 1953. 



MS 64-258 
Angus, Charles, merchant of Liverpool, Eng. 

Letter book of Charles and William Angus, 1799-1851. 
1 v. 

In University of Minnesota Library, James Ford Bell col- 
lection. 

Correspondence relating to overseas mercantile activities. 
Indexed in the library's card catalog. 



MS 64-259 
Brodie, WD 

Letter book, 1793-94. 1 v. 

In University of Minnesota Library, James Ford Bell 
collection. 

English mercantile agent in Malaga. Letters by the direc- 
tor of a London importing firm, engaged chiefly in the wine, 
fruit and oil trades. 

Indexed in the library's card catalog. 



t» « c - MS 64-260 Jk 

De Mey van Streefkerk family. ™ 

Papers, 1725-1830. 390 items. 

In University of Minnesota Library, James Ford Bel] Col- 
lection. 

Correspondence, letter books, financial records, reports, 
memoranda, and other papers, relating to the family's sugar 
plantations in Dutch Guiana. 

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MS64r-261 
Minnesota. University. Library. James Ford BeU CoUeo- 
tion. 

Papers on French colonization and commerce, 1660-1800. 
ca. 1200 items. 

In University of Minnesota Library, James Ford Bell 
Collection. 

In part, transcripts (handwritten) 

Correspondence, reports, instructions, and other papers 
relating to French colonial and commercial undertakings in 
the East and West Indies, Africa, Asia and North America. 
Includes letters and reports (1741) of De Lozier Bouvet, 
explorer and colonial administrator relating to his proposal 
to establish a French base in the central Pacific Ocean for 
commercial purposes; correspondence (1784-91) of Lacombe 
freres & compagnie with E. J. Gien, Bion & compagnie re- 
lating to commercial undertakings in Santo Domingo; 
letters (1720-38) of members of the Maurepas family in 
Louisiana commenting on the administration of the French 
colony there; and correspondence (1741-93) of Leon de 
Moracin (an official of the Compagnie des Indes) and other 
members of the Moracin family, dealing primarily with the 
affairs of the Compagnie des Indes. 

Indexed in the library's card catalog. 



MS 64-262 
Mossel, Jacob, 1704-1761. 
Papers. 1738-58. 4 v. 

In University of Minnesota Library, James Ford Bell Col- 
lection. 

Governor of the Dutch East India Company. Letter 
books and reports pertaining: to the commerce of the Dutch 
East India Company. 
tk Indexed in the library's card catalog. 



MS64-263 
Applegate, Lisbon, 1803-1875. 

Papers, 1819-99. 3461 items and 19 v. 

In State Historical Society of Missouri collections 
(Columbia) 

Merchant, surveyor, and county judge, of Chariton Co., 
Mo. Correspondence and business papers, chiefly, 1840-80. 
Includes correspondence relating to the Civil War. in Mis- 
souri, the hire and sale of Negro slaves, economic conditions, 
and land matters; accounts, receipts, abstracts, promissory 
notes, expenditures, and notes due Applegate; and letters 
(1848-73) from his son. George W. Applegate, of California 
concerning ranching, the weather, economic conditions, the 
political situation, travel over the Oregon Road, a descrip- 
tion of Truckee, Calif.; the San Francisco Vigilance Com- 
mittee, and the effect of the Civil War on citizens of 
California. 

Calendar cards in repository. 

Information on literary rights available in repository. 

Purchased from George H. Applegate, 1932-33. 



MS 64-264 
family. 

Papers, 1852-1907. 52 items. 

In State Historical Society of Missouri collections (Co- 
lumbia) 

Business and family correspondence and legal papers of 
Moses Barth, a dry goods merchant of Fayette and Roche- 
port, Mo. and his family. The correspondence concerns 
economic conditions (particularly in Bocheport during the 



Civil War), recruiting for the Confederate Army, and the 
War itself, especially the skirmishes and raids in the Roche- 
port area. 

Calendar cards in repository. 

Information on literary rights available in repository. 

Gift of Mrs. Wallace Whitaker, 1955. 

MS64-266 

Bingham family. 

Papers, 1814-86. 150 items. 

In State Historical Society of Missouri Collections (Co- 
lumbia) 

Correspondence of various members of the Bingham 
family, of Missouri, concerning family matters, the war for 
Texas independence, the Battle of San Jacinto, general con- 
ditions in Texas, the cattle industry in Texas prior to the 
Civil War, and an explosion of a cannon on the warship 
Princeton, Feb. 28, 1844. Members of the family named 
are Amend Bingham, Elizabeth H. Bingham, the Rev. 
George Bingham, George Caleb Bingham (1811-1879, por- 
trait and genre painter), James Rollins Bingham, John 
Bingham, Mrs. Mary Bingham, and Mathias Bingham. 

Information on literary rights available in repository. 

Gifts of Mrs. W. C. Roberts, Mary Bingham Turley, and 
Mrs. W. P. Bowdry, 1947-50. 

MS 64-266 
Broadhead, Garland Carr, 1827-1912. 

Papers, 1858-1908. 800 items. 

In State Historical. Society of Missouri Collections (Co- 
lumbia) . ., 

Engineer and professor of geology at the University oi 
Missouri. Correspondence and geological papers relating 
to State and national legislation regarding harbors, and 
surreys; ore and fossil deposits (mainly in the valleys of 
the Missouri and Mississippi rivers) ; geological survey of 
Missouri; mining operations; location of Fort Orleans, Mo.; 
rock formation and composition; and other topics of a geo- 
logical and engineering nature. Includes a letter (1890) 
from Theodore Roosevelt. 

Calendar cards in repository. 

Information on literary rights available in repository. 

Gift of Mr. Broadhead, 1909. 

MS 64-267 

Campbell, Isaac R 1798-1882. 

Papers, 1821-87. 381 items. 

In State Historical Society of Missouri collections (Co- 
lumbia) -••»«■ 

Businessman and merchant, of St Francisville, Ma 
Business correspondence, accounts, receipts, legal papers, 
and papers relating to local elections and poDbooks, 

Information on literary rights available in repository. 

Purchase, 1967, 1959. 



MS 64-268 
Clark, WiDiam, 1770-1838. 

Papers, 1798-1831. 5 v. 

In State Historical Society of Missouri collections (Co- 
lumbia) . 

Indian agent, explorer, and Governor of Missouri Terri- 
tory. Memorandum books and an astronomy notebook 
(1805). The memorandum books contain public accounts 
(1819-25), rules for Indian agents together with a list of 
184 drafts (182«-31), miscellaneous memos, orders, receipts, 
and material relating to Meriwether Lewis and his family 



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Clark, William, 1770-1838. 
(Continued) 

and to journeys to New Orleans, Kentucky, Philadelphia, 
and Washington, D. C. Includes a map (1798) of the 
Mississippi River, and a sketch map (ca. 1805). 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repositorv 
Purchase, 1928. 



™ v « ™. . MS 64-269 

Colombia, Mo. Christian College. 

Records, 1858-74. 11 v. 

In State Historical Society of Missouri collections (Co- 
lumbia) 

Record books containing lists of students, expenses, sched- 
ule of courses, attendance, grades, tuition fees, inventory, 
and minutes of the Board of Trustees. 

Information on literary rights available in repository 

Gift of H. H. Banks, 1940 and 1946. 



France, Charles B 1835-1895. 

Papers, 1857-90. 1 box. 

In State Historical Society of Missouri collections 
(Columbia) 

Banker, of St. Joseph, Mo. Correspondence, diaries, and 
other papers. Letters to France relate primarily to business 
andiamily matters and to the Civil War, religion, reaction 
m California to Lincoln's assassination, silver mines in 
Colorado, Reconstruction, and the freed Negroes in the area 
of Mobile, Ala.; letter book (Jan-July, 1864) relating to 
Holiday's St Joseph to Denver, Colo. Overland Freighting 
Line; diary and accounts of France's trip (1865) from 
Denver to St. Joseph; journal (1856-63) of Silas McDonald; 
diary and account book (1859-63) of Mattie W. McDonald; 
and a copy of The daily Rocky Mountain news (Oct. 31, 
1864). 

Information on literary rights available in repository 
Loaned by Robert D. France, 1938. 

nw * tl „ MS64-271 

Fnstoe, Thomas, 1796-1872. 
Papers. 1827-1903. 1 box 

In State Historical Society of Missouri collections (Co- 
lumbia) 

Baptist clergyman, of Chariton, Mo. Correspondence, 
legal papers, and accounts. Material bulks largest for the 
years, 1827-71. Includes Fristoe's record book (1827-71) of 
marriages performed by him, his account book (1866-71) 
records (1872-73) of his estate, and tax receipts (1848-71)' 
of Jordan Bentley. 

Described in Missouri historical review, v. 34, no 3 (Apr. 
1940) p. 398. 
Information on literary rights available in repository. 
Gift of Nan V. Herring and Richard Bentley, Jr., 1939. 

o .j. nM MS 64-272 

Guitar, Odon, 1825-1908. 

Papers, 1836-1903. 253 items. 

In State Historical Society of Missouri collections (Co- 
lumbia) v 

Lawyer and Union Army Officer, of Boone Co., Mo. 
Correspondence, military papers, and accounts. Material 
bulks largest for the years, 1862-64. Correspondence re- 
lates to the Cml War in Missouri, Southern sympathizers, 



guerrilla bands and raids, the emancipation of slaves, prob- 
lems involved in protecting the freed Negro, and the enlist- 
ment of Negroes in the Union Army. Military papers con- 
cern troop movements and other routine matters. t 
Calendar cards in repository. f 
Information on literary rights available in repository 
Deposit, 1917-18. 

_ MS 64-273 

Keyie, James. 

Papers, 1818-1913. 240 items and 14 v. 

In State Historical Society of Missouri collections 
(Columbia) 

Methodist minister, merchant, founder of Keytesville and 
Brunswick, Mo. Correspondence concerning property hold- 
ings and land sales, deeds, legal papers, estate papers, ac- 
count books and other papers, chiefly 1818-76. Includes 
journal (1862-69) of Henry Lewis and John F. Lewis, 
commission sales book, accounts of land sales in Brunswick, 
Mo. and elsewhere, merchant account book, land record book, 
passage book and freight book (1852) of steamer trips from 
St, Louis, Mo. to Brunswick, portage book (1852) for a 
steamer, ledger accounts of the firm of Applegate and 
Gordon; and journals containing daily accounts of the 
weather, farming, and general conditions. 

Calendar cards in repository. 

Information on literary rights available in repository. 

Purchase, 1938. 



MS 64-274 
Lazear, Bazel F 

Papers, 1851-1904. 165 items. 

In State Historical Society of Missouri collections (Cdft 
lumbia) ^^ 

Officer in the Missouri State Militia and resident of Ash- 
ley, Mo. Chiefly letters of Lazear (primarily to his wife) 
and to other officers, while serving as a lieutenant colonel, 
1st Cavalry, Missouri State Militia, concerning the Civil 
War in Missouri, particularly the breaking up of guerrilla 
bands in Lafayette and Saline counties during 1863 and 
1864. Includes papers relating to Gvil War claims for 
equipment 

Information on literary rights available in repository. 

Purchase, 1946. 

Leonard, Abiel, 1797-1863. MS 64-275 

Papers, 1786-1933. 3114 items and 51 v. 
In State Historical Society of Missouri collections (Co- 
lumbia) 

Farmer, lawyer, and justice of the Missouri Supreme 
Court Correspondence of Leonard and members of his 
family, of Howard Co., Mo. concerning his law practice, 
land investments, farming, family and personal matters, 
State and national politics, economic conditions, Negro slav- 
ery, emancipation of slaves, the Kansas-Nebraska act, Mor- 
mons in Missouri, secession of the Southern States, nullifica- 
tion, the Civil War, New Madrid (Mo.) land claims, imnuV 
gration to Missouri, religion and religious meetings; letteflr 
to Nathaniel Leonard, father of Abiel Leonard, during the 
Revolutionary War concerning routine military matters; 
correspondence and other papers relating to the Santa Fe 
Trail, Leonard's trip to Santa Fe, and the Santa Fe trade; 
legal papers containing notes on cases during Leonard's gen- 
eral law practice, opinions on cases tried while he was a jus- 
tice of the Missouri Supreme Court, and information on the 
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(Continued) 

Leonard; 16 account books (1823-55) ; 10 memorandum books 
(1823-37) ; and 8 private account books (1822-57). Corre- 
spondents include William H. Ashley, David Bates, Edward 
Bates, William V. N. Bay, Hamilton Gamble, Henry S. 
Gayer, Peyton B. Hayden, David S. Lamme, Nathaniel 
Leonard, Beeves Leonard, John Miller, Joel B. Poinsett, 
Benjamin H. Beeves, James S. Bollins, and George C Sihley. 

Calendar cards in repository. 

Information on literary rights available in repository. 

Gift of Nathaniel Leonard, Jeanette Spencer, and Perry 
Spencer, 1933-47. 



MS 64-276 
McCoy, Wfflard J 

Papers, 1857-71. 88 items. 

In State Historical Society of Missouri collections (Co- 
lumbia) 

Correspondence concerning legal matters; letters to Mc- 
Coy from his father, John Calvin McCoy of Kansas City, 
Mo., his brother, Lusinius S. McCoy, and his friends; re- 
ceipts; and accounts. 

Calendar cards in repository. 

Information on literary rights available in repository. 

Purchased, 1931. 



MS 64-277 
McGready, William E I. 1819. 

♦ Papers, 1817-71. 65 items. 
In State Historical Society of Missouri collections (Co- 
lumbia) 

Circuit clerk, of Washington Co., Mo. Correspondence 
relating to business and family matters, legal papers, bills, 
and receipts of McGready and other members of his family. 
Calendar cards in repository. 

Information on literary rights available in repository. 
Gift of Charles Van Bavensway, 1937. 



MS 64-278 
McLane, William H 6.1816. 

Papers, 1836-93. 1430 items. 

In State Historical Society of Missouri collections (Co- 
lumbia) 

Merchant, State legislator, and curator of the University 
of Missouri. Personal and business correspondence relating 
to legal matters, business matters, land holdings and land 
claims, fi"""*") conditions, politics (mainly on the State 
level), the Tebo and Neosho Railroad, agricultural condi- 
tions, Christian College (Columbia, Mo.), and the Univer- 
sity of Missouri, and mentioning the names of Charles D. 
Drake and Carl Schurz. Material on the Civil "War includes 
correspondence, receipts, orders, oaths of loyalty, and other 
^ _ papers concerning army regulations, routine military mat- 
P ters, and Missouri Militia from the Cape Girardeau area. 
Correspondents include Charles Channing Allen, Benjamin 
Grntz Brown, C- F. Bririhl, Wayman Crow, John B. Gray, 
H. M. Hillen, B.C. McBeth, James B. McCormick, George C. 
Thilenius, and B.G. Woodson. 

Calendar cards in repository. 

Information on literary rights available in repository. 

Gift of A. Loyd Collins and Charles H. Whitaker, 1939; 
purchased from A. Loyd Collins, 1952. 



MS 64-279 
Marmaduke, Meredith Miles, 1791-1864. 

Papers, 1823-86. 347 items. 

In State Historical Society of Missouri collections (Co- 
lumbia) 

Farmer, Lieutenant Governor, and Governor of Missouri. 
Correspondence concerning politics, agriculture, and the 
Mexican War; business accounts, bills, receipts, and other 
papers. Includes an account book (1830-31) kept by Mar- 
maduke and Dr. John Sappington when they operated a 
store at Jonesboro, Mo. Correspondents include William 
Becknell, Thomas Hart Benton, John J. Lowry, John Sap- 
pington, and George C. Sibley. 

Calendar cards in repository. 

Information on literary rights available in repository. 

Purchased from S. J. Cantwell and Lillian S. Harrison, 
1933, 1937. 

MS 64-280 
Mudd, Henry Thomas, 1818-4902. 

Papers, 1850-79. 408 items. 

In State Historical Society of Missouri collections (Co- 
lumbia) 

Businessman, curator of the University of Missouri and 
State legislator, of Kirkwood and St Louis. Mo. Cor- 
respondence of Mudd and various members of his family 
concerning matters of family interest, economic conditions 
in Illinois and Missouri, activities of the Missouri House of 
Representatives, politics, traveling in Missouri and Illinois 
and to Alabama, Colorado, and the Dakotas. 

Calendar cards in repository. 

Information on literary rights available in repository. 

Gift of David C. Duniway, 1955. 

MS 64-281 
Paxton, William McClung, 1819-1916. 

Papers, 1760-1915. 1290 items. 

In State Historical Society of Missouri collections (Co- 
lumbia) 

Merchant and lawyer of Platte Co., Mo. Correspondence, 
genealogical data (much of which relates to the Marshall 
family), and other papers, chiefly 1860-1900. Correspond- 
ence concerns business matters, financial conditions, legal 
matters, religion, literary subjects, prohibition and temper- 
ance, Park College (Parkville, Mo.), the Civil War, and 
Platte County. 

Calendar cards in repository. 

Information on literary rights available in repository. 

MS 64-282 

Boffins, James Sidney, 1812-1888. 

Papers. 1830-1938. 13 boxes. 

In State Historical Society of Missouri collections 
(Columbia) 

Microfilm copy (negative) of 33 letters (1870-85) of 
Bollins to Carl Schurz, from the Schurz papers in 0b& 
Library of Congress. 

Lawyer, railroad organizer, State legislator, and U. S. 
Bepresentative from Missouri (1862-64). Chiefly cor- 
respondence (1830-85) and other papers concerning Boiling 
law practice, business interests, and personal and family 
matters. Other topics include State and national politics, 
bills introduced in the State Legislature, railroad organiza- 
tion and construction (particularly the North Missouri Bail- 
road), the establishment and administration of the Univer- 
sity of Missouri, Columbia College (Columbia, Mo.), eco- 
nomic conditions, the Civil War, the emancipation of slaves, 
Reconstruction and "Bourbon" democracy. Correspondents 
include William Ashley, Edward Bates, Thomas Hart Ben- 
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Rollins, James Sidney, 1812-1888 
(Continued) 

Gratz Brown, C. F. Burnam, Cassius M. Clay, Thomas T. 
Crittenden, Alexander William Doniphan, Charles D 
Drake, Henry S. Geyer, Samuel T. Glover, Odon Guitar, 
John H. Lathrop, Samuel S. Laws, Abiel Leonard, John G. 
Miller Daniel Read, Carl Schurz, and William Franklin 
Switzler. 
Calendar cards in repository. 

Information on literary rights available in repository 
Gifts of Curtis B. Rollins, Sr. and Ruth Rollins Westfall, 



Violette, Eugene Morrow, 1873-1939, collector 

Violotte manuscript collection, 1806-1921. 1 box. 
In State Historical Society of Missouri collections (Co- 
lumbia) 

Correspondence and legal papers (1834-1921) relating to 
toe Missounand Mississippi Railroad Company, the Iowa 
"wlroad Contracting Company, and the Keokuk and Kansas 
City Railroad Company; papers (1806-08) relating to land 
claims and knd titles in the Louisiana Territory and in the 
.District of St Louis; file cards listing churches and news- 
papers in the counties of Missouri; and papers (1838) con- 
cerning a court case involving Joseph Smith, of Richmond, 

Calendar cards in repository. 

^formation on literary rights available in repository. 

Gift of Mr. Violette, 1923. 



Webster Co* Mo. ^^^ 

Archives, 1841-1924. 701 items. 

^ State Historical Society of Missouri collections (Co- 

Asssssment list (1884-92), census for 1860 and 1868, Web- 
ster Co. Circuit Court case of the State of Missouri vs. Wil- 
liam Cole, certification (1858) for land sales, farmers' in- 
come lists (1865), Friendly Township pollbook (1860-61) 
treasurer's receipts, marriage licenses, and tax lists, and 
other official papers. 

Index cards in repository. 

Information on literary rights available in repository. 

Gift of C. R. MacDonnell, 1949. 



Ashley, William Henry, 1778-1838 

Papers, 1778-1840. ca. 85 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 
otF^t. er and U - S - ^Presentative from Missouri (1831- 
61) Papers relating to Ashley's interest in the fur trade, 
manufacture of gunpowder, and mining; improvement in* 
navigation on the Mississippi River in the vicinity of St 
Louis, Ma; real estate in St Louis; politics; Indian trade; 
and the West Correspondents include James P Beck- 
wourth, James Bridger, Robert Campbell, Thomas Fits- 
Patrick, David E. Jackson, Etienne Provost, Jedediah S. 
bnuth, William L. Sublette, and Samuel Tullocb, 

Gift. 



MS64-286 
Banking and currency papers, 1797-1933. ca. 300 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St. Louis) 

In part, photocopies (positive) 

Checks, promissory notes, and receipts, chiefly of Missouri f 
banks; bankbooks and financial statements; Confederate ^ 
States bills; currency issued by colleges during the Civil 
War period ; and cashier checks used by the National Bank 
of Commerce, St Louis, Mo., during the Panic of 1907. 

Gift 



MS 64-287 
Bfflon, Frederic Louis, 1801-1895. 

Papers, 1769-1877. ca. 150 items. 
In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 
Diary (1818) kept by Billon on his travels from Philadel- 
phia, Pa. to St Louis, Mo.; notes on outstanding citizens 
and events of St Louis, from a village in the early Terri- 
torial days to the latter part of the 19th century; two mem- 
oranda books containing Billon's original notes of early 
marriage, baptismal, and burial records: notes on the affair 
of Benito Vasquez and Joseph Motard; maps, plats, and 
additions of the town of St. Louis; early wills and docu- 
ments; and material on the origin of St Charles Co., Mo., 
the families of Vincennes, Ind., and the transfer of Louisi- 
ana. Names of prominent citizens represented in the collec- 
tion include Joseph Chauvin, the Chouteaus, Daniel P. 
Cook, Ninian Edwards, Pierre Liguestj Laclede; Peter 
Menard, Sr., Joseph M. Papin, and Gen. James Wilkinson. 
Gift 



„_. „ ~ MS 64-288 

Bissell, Dame], 1768 or 69-1833. 

Papers, 1802-21. ca, 50 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

Army officer and landowner, of St Louis, Mo. 

Chiefly correspondence relating to the building of an 
arsenal at Fort Bellefontaine, Mo., the conspiracy of Aaron 
Burr, Meriwether Lewis, the evacuation of Forts Madison 
and Osage in Mo., the demolishment of Fort St Charles, La., 
and the War of 1812; together with newspaper clippings 
about the old Bissell home. Includes letters to and from 
Andrew Jackson. 

Gift 



„. MS 64-289 

Bissell, William Henry, 1811-1860. 
Papers, 1824-61. ca. 220 items. 
In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 
Governor and U. S. Representative from Illinois. Corre- 
spondence, diary, speech, maps, and a plan (ca. 1850) for t' 
seating of the U. S. Senate and House of Representative. 
Letters, primarily from statesmen and politicians, relate to 
Bissell's speech (1850) on the question of slavery. Includes 
references to his service in the Black Hawk War, the Battle 
of Buena Vista in the Mexican War; to the Wilmot Proviso; 
and maps of Illinois (1848), Chicago (1857), and Europe 
(1859), showing France, Germany, Italy, Sardinia, and 
Switzerland. 
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MS 64-290 
Black, Gordon 6 1880-1933. 

Papers, ca. 1820-1950. ca. 200 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

Construction engineer, of St Louis Co., Mo. The bulk of 
the collection consists of biographical and genealogical 
material of Black and the related families of Ralph Clayton, 
McCutcheon, and McKnight Includes stock certificates 
issued by Clayton, the Forest Park Railroad Company, and 
the North Missouri Railroad Company; and a medical ac- 
count book (1822-25) of Dr. John Kennedy containing a 
record of an illness of Frederick Bates. 

Gift 



MS 64-291 
Blair, Francis Preston, 1791-1876. 

Papprs, 1817-1959. ca. 100 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

Journalist and political leader. Correspondence and clip- 
pings. Letters are to and from Blair and his sons, Francis 
Preston Blair, Jr. and Montgomery Blair concerning poli- 
tics in Missouri, national politics, family and financial mat- 
ters, the Civil War, military affairs, and appointments; and 
to John C. Fremont, James 3L Polk, James M Stone, and 
Winfield Scott Includes material on the Blair Monument 
Association. 

Gift 



MS64-292 
Blake, Lillie (Devereux) 1835-1913. 
Papers, 1847-1910. ca. 1200 items. 
In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

# Author, lecturer, reformer, and suffragist Correspond- 
ence, autobiography (1873-1903), journals, speeches, bro- 
chures, handbills, and scrapbooks concerning the organiza- 
tion of the -woman's rights movement woman suffrage, and 
the National Woman Suffrage Association. Includes letters 
of pioneer suffragists Susan B. Anthony, the Blackwells, 
Carrie Chapman Catt, and Elizabeth (Cady) Stanton; and 
9 journals kept by Mrs. Blake -during the pre-Civil War 
period, the War years, and during her activities in the 
woman's rights and woman suffrage movements. 
Gift 



MS 64-293 
Boefer family. 

Boef er collection, 1849-1918. ca. 50 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

Tax forms, warranty deeds, bills and accounts of Henry 
Wagner & Son (cabinetmakers ) with firms in St Louis, 
Mos Wagner's sketchbook, and naturalization papers of 
Henry Wagner, Michael Jacob Unhelbach, Nathaniel Engle, 
and Christian Boefer. 

Gift 



MS 64-294 
Boggs, Lillburn W 1792-1860. 

^ Papers, 1827-57. ca. 60 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 
Governor of Missouri. Correspondence and oilier papers 
relating to the Indian conflict in Barry Co., Mo. Includes 
business and personal correspondence of Boggs' brother, Dr. 
Joseph O. Boggs, of Williamsport, IncL, and letters of his 
mother, Mrs. Martha Boggs, and other members of the 
family. 
Gift. 



MS 64-296 
Bogy & Lecompte, Ste. Genevieve, Mo. 

Rose Mary Bogy collection, 1828-41. ca. 1500 items and 
20 ft. of microfilm (negative) 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

Chiefly business letters of Bogy & Lecompte, dealers, in 
general merchandise. Includes microfilm of Joseph Bogy's 
treasury book (1833-41), his letter book (1823-34), and his 
account book (1837-41) ; and Bogy & Lecompte's letter book 
(1833-37). Correspondents include Lewis V. Bogy, Thomas 
C- Fletcher, and Gustavus St. Gem. 

Gift 

MS 64-896 
Bogy family. 

Papsrs, ca. 1813-1929. ca. 800 items and 50 ft of micro- 
film (negative) 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

Biographical and genealogical papers of the Bogy, Bolduc, 
Valle, and Pratte families, of St Louis and Ste. Genevieve, 
Ma, comprising correspondence, deeds, accounts, receipts, 
and legal papers. Includes data relating to Lewis Vital 
Bogy (1813-1877), U. S. Senator from Missouri and to his 
grandson, Lewis V. Bogy (1865-1914), author and journal- 
ist; scrapbooks, instructions in news correspondence, news- 
paper cuppings, published poems of Bogy (the author) , and 
memorial addresses on the life and character of Senator 
Bogy; correspondence «f Joseph Bogy and bis son, Joseph 
V. Bogy, of Ste. Genevieve relating to their expedition to 
California in the gold rush days; letters of Joseph V. Bogy 
concerning his joining the Walker expedition to Nicaragua, 
his imprisonment in Mexico, and events that led to his death 
in the hinterland near Lima, Peru; and 14 legal papers and 
maps of land in Ste Genevieve Co., Mo. 

Gift 

MS 64-297 
Bowen family. 

Papers, 1818-1931. en. 150 items. 

Li Missouri Historical Society collections (St. Louis) 

Chieflv materials relating to the Civil War period. In- 
cludes letters to Col. John S. Bowen (1830-1863) from fel- 
low officers; Civil War reports, ordnance receipts, and blank 
forms for soldiers' service in the Confederate Army ; survey 
of Jefferson Barracks, Mo. and field notes made at the 
request of Gen. Henry Atkinson ; documents relating to land 
in Georgia and Maryland; minutes (1858) recorded on St 
Patrick's Day at a meeting for the formation of the Pro- 
fessional Architectural Association, in St. Louis, Mo. ; ac- 
count book (1858) and specifications for buildings con- 
structed by the St. Louis architectural firm of Bowen & 
Miller; complete copy of articles (1905) of the association of 
the Daughters of the Confederacy of Missouri; and papers 
concerning Mrs. Elizabeth Nidelet von Phul and Henry von 
Phul, of St. Louis, Mo. 

Gift 

MS 64-298 
Boyce, Joseph, 1841-1928. 

Papers, 1844-1919. ca. 120 items. 
In Missouri Historical Society collections (St. Louis) 
Businessman, of St Louis, Mo. Correspondence, insurance 
and business papers, bills .of lading, steamboat items, 
genealogical material, and other papers. Includes letters of 
the Civil War iind World War I periods, and 4 letters re- 
lating to Father John Bannon (d. 1913) , pastor (1858-61) 
of St John's Catholic Church, St Louis, Mo., and Con- 
federate chaplain, who later returned to Dublin, Ire. 
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^_ . MS 64-299 

Breckenridge, George, 1769-1852. 

Papers, 1804-63. ca. 50 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St. Louis) 

State legislator, of Caledonia, Mo. Land surveys, land 
claims in Ste. Genevieve and Caledonia,- Mo. areas, Maury 
Co, Tenn., and Bladen Ca, If. C; document signed by 
Breckenridge .recording his mark and brand in Washington 
Co., Mo; for cattle, sheep, hogs, and horses; a note mention- 
ing a branding iron in the items at the Breckenridge farm; 
letter from Breckenridge (while in Jefferson City, Ma) to 
his wife, Elizabeth (Cowan) Breckenridge, in which he dis- 
cusses Missouri politics and the first bill relating specifically 
to divorce laws; a document appointing Breckenridge jus- 
tice of the peace. 

Gift. 



MS 64-300 
Bridge, Hudson E 1810-1875. 

Papers, 1808-74. 2 ft 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St. Louis) 

Businessman, of St. Louis, Mo. Personal and business 
correspondence, bills, receipts, canceled checks, notes paid, 
local bills, bankbooks, railroad passes, and shipping state- 
ments of Bridge Beyburn & Company. Includes corre- 
spondence on the development of the steel plow and infor- 
mation on Bridge's activities with the Missouri Pacific, the 
North Missouri, the Iron Mountain, and the Ohio and Mis- 
sissippi Railroad companies. 

Gift. 



_ „ MS 64-301 

Broadhead, James Overton, 1819-1898. 

Papers, 1802-1906. ca. 900 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Lawyer, minister to Switzerland, and U. S. Representative 
from Missouri. Correspondence (relating to the emancipa- 
tion question and the silver question), legal papers and 
notes, Civil War data, and copies of some of Broadhead's 
many speeches. Includes memorandum on the prosecution 
of treason in the case of U. S. vs. Joseph W. Tucker; mem- 
oranda relating to Missouri politics and government, judi- 
cial appointments, and constitutional law; the Peralta and 
Mormon cases, the case of the City of St Louis vs. the St. 
Louis Gas & Light Company; rough drafts of lectures, 
articles, and legal notes ; two land grants ; and 15 memoranda 
books containing records of travels, expenses, and notes on 
legal issues. 

Gift 



„ „. MS 64-302 

Bryan, William Smith, 1846-1940. 

Papers, 1817-1940. ca. 120 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St. Louis) 

Author and journalist, of St Louis, Mo. Includes letters 
to the Bryan family from H. C. Davis relating to his ex- 
periences as a doctor in a St. Louis hospital in the 1870's; 
letters between various members of the Bryan family de- 
scribing life in California; and correspondence between 
Benjamin L Emmons and Bryan pertaining to varied sub- 
jects including St Charles and Wentzville, Mo.; Daniel 
Boone, present-day politics, and phases of religion 

Gift. 



„ MS 64-303 

Bulkley family. 

Papers, 1848-65. ca. 70 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections {St. Louis) 
In part, transcripts (typewriten) g 

Civil War letters from T. A. Carpenter to P. C. Bulkley 
and others while in the vicinities of Fredericksburg and 
Richmond, "Va., New Orleans, La., the Missouri-Kansas 
border, and Camp Jackson (St Louis), Mo; biographical 
data on Dr. Caroline Thomas Rumbold, forest pathologist; 
and a bound mimeographed typescript of Grandmother, 
mother, and me, by Mary E. Bulkley. 
Gift. 



MS 64-304 
Bonee, Harvey. 

Papers, ca. 1821-98. ca. 100 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St. Louis) 

Sheriff of Cooper Co., Mo, Account book (1862); 
sheriff's record book (1850-69) ; three letters from C. D. 
Drake; papers relating to the building of the Tebo and 
Neosho Railroad in Missouri (chiefly bills, checks, accounts 
and receipts) ; account with William Sooy Smith, Civil War 
general and engineer on railroad bridges over the Missouri 
River; stock certificates of the BoonviHe Railroad Bridge 
Company; billheads, receipts, funeral notices, checks, and 
promissory notes. 

Gift. 



MS 64-305 
Bnrbach, George M 1884-1959. 

Papers, 1936-57. ca. 50 items. 

Li Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

Radio and television station manager, and adve 
man, of St Louis, Mo. Notes, newspaper and magazine 
clippings, and other papers. Includes a biographical sketch 
of Burbach, material relating to his contribution to the de- 
velopment of television in St Louis. 

Gift 



MS 64-306 
Byars, William Vincent, 1857-1938. 

Pappii?, 1876-1940. ca. 2000 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St. Louis) 

Journalist, of St. Louis, Mo. Correspondence (1876-1900) 
between Byars and his father, James Byars, pertaining to 
family history, political data, and newspaper work; and 
correspondence with newspapermen and other public figures, 
such as Arthur Brisbane, William J. Bryan, Jacob J. Child, 
Champ Clark, Norman J. Colman, Roswell Field, William 
Torrey Harris, Harry B. Hawes, George S. Johns, Orrick 
Johns, C. H. Jones, Manuel Quezon, and William Marion 
Reedy. 

Gift. 



MS 64-307 
Campbell, Robert, 1804-1879. 

Papers, 1825-194L ca.22ft ifc 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 
In part, transcripts (typewritten) photocopies (negative) 
Fur trader, merchant, and businessman, of St Louis, Ma 
Copies of 44 letters (1825-41) to Campbell and William 
Ashley concerning the fur trade, sale of beaver, and business 
and family matters; diary (1833) of Campbell, while at 
Fort William (later, Fort Laramie) Wyo.; record of ship- 
ments (1862-64) of Campbell & Company under the open 
cargo policy of the United Insurance Company; inventory 



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Campbell, Robert, 1804-1879. Papers, 1826-1941. 

(Continued) 

(1864) of Campbell & Company; material relating to case 
( 1873 ) of Robert Campbell & Company vs. J. C. Dent, -which 
I was brought before the Supreme Court of Missouri, and on 
the Campbell House Museum, St. Louis; testimony, deposi- 
tions, exhibits, reports, court orders, correspondence, and 
memoranda pertaining to the disposition of the estate of 
Hazlett Kyle Campbell (d. 1938) last child of Campbell; 
and genealogical material of the Campbell family 
Gift 

MS 64-308 
Carr, Walter C 

Carr-Zimmerman papers, 1780-1911. ca. 500 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

Businessman of St Louis, Mo. Correspondence primarily 
between Carr and his wife, Fannie B. Carr, and members 
of the Carr and Zimmerman families. Includes papers of 
B. D. Zimmerman, who married Nellie Carr. 

Gift. 

MS64-309 
Carson, William Glasgow Brace, 5. 1841, collector. 

Carson collection, 1821-1926. ca. 800 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

Letters of Dr. William Carr Lane, mayor of St Louis, 
Mb., to his wife, Mary (Ewing) Lane; letters of Nathaniel 
Ewing, father of Mrs. Lane, concerning the political issues 
of the 1820's, expressing some very emphatic opinions about 
Andrew Jackson and Thomas Hart Benton; letters in the 
1850's from Anna E. Lane, of Washington, D. C, to her 
sister, Mrs. William Glasgow, describing the fashions, mat- 
^r ters at the Capitol, and activities of the IT. S. Senate, which 
^^ she visited almost daily ; correspondence between Anna and 
Sarah Lane (who lived with her mother in Europe during 
the Civil War) ; correspondence with Madame Philippine 
Duchesne concerning the education of the Lane daughters; 
miscellaneous items include lottery tickets; letters concern- 
ing conditions of the tobacco industry (particularly the crop 
of 1850 in Howard Co., Mo.) ; material relating to condi- 
tions en route to and in California ; theater programs (1882- 
1926) ; and articles from various theatrical magazines. 

Gift 

MS 64-310 
Carson family. 

Papers, 1810-1931. ca. 300 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

Correspondence relating to Christopher "Kit" Carson 
(1809-1868) ; personal letters from members of the Carson 
family, land papers, account books, writings on religion, 
genealogical data; bills, notes, receipts, and memoranda 
concerning the Santa Fe, N. M. trade of William Carson 
(Howard Co., Mo.) and the grocery business continued by 
his son, Thomas Carson. 

Gift. 

MS 64-311 
Case family. 

<£ Papers, 1813-1913. ca. 150 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 
Business and personal papers of the Case and Camden 
families, of St Louis, Mo. Includes personal letters of Dr. 
and Mrs. George S. Case, Mr. and Mrs. Peter G. Camden, 
and Marbel Camden; partnership agreement (1854) of 
Case, CBlenis, Mathews, and Wells for operating a busi- 
ness in St Louis; a description of the dry goods business of 
John B. & M. Camden & Company ; an analysis of trade 



along the Mississippi River in the 1830's; and miscellaneous 
items consisting of a steamboat bill of lading and a letter 
(1840) to Captain Calvin Case at the wreck of the ship 
Selma ; and copies of Civil War ballads. 
Gift. 



MS64-312 
Chamberliit, T W collector. 

Chamberlin collection, 1661-1945. ca. 100 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St. Louis) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Newspaper clippings, maps of America in the early 1800's, 
World War i letters, papers (1917-18) of the Missouri 
Home Guard, three typewritten MSS of Walter L. Chaney 
(one, the famous Old drum) ; and typewritten records 
(1661-1770) of deeds from Baltimore Co., Md. Court; and 
of material on the Dred Scott case. 

Gift 



MS 64-313 
Chontean family. 

Business records, 1752-1946. 30 ft. and 53 v. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

Correspondence, bills, accounts, inventories, contracts of 
engagements with various men, packing accounts, bills of 
lading, and other business papers of Auguste Chouteau, 
Pierre Chouteau, Sr., Pierre Chouteau, Jr., and Rene Chou- 
teau, relating to their activities as fur traders, merchants, 
and financiers of Missouri. Includes 53 ledger account 
books of the American Fur Company's Western Division ; 
and letter books for Fort Pierre, S. D., Fort Tecumseh, Fort 
Union, N. D., and the Upper Missouri branch of the com- 
pany. 

Gift. 



MS 64-314 
Clark, George Rogers, 1752-1818. 

Papers of George Rogers Clark and William Clark, 1766- 
1944. 5 ft 
In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 
In part, photocopies (negative and positive) 
Papers (1766-99) of George Rogers Clark, soldier and 
frontiersman, of Virginia, Missouri, and Kentucky, consist 
of correspondence, fragmentary journals, enlistments, re- 
ceipts, accounts, orders, and reports, dealing primarily with 
the campaigns in the Illinois country during the Revolu- 
tionary War and later expeditions against the Indians and 
Spaniards. A few letters relate to the early history of St 
■ Louis, Mo. Correspondents of George Rogers Clark include 
Capt Brashear, Col. Arthur Campbell, Capt Dalton, Col. 
John Floyd, Charles Gratiot, Capt Helm, Patrick Henry, 
Thomas Jefferson, Col. J^ M. P. Legras, Fernando de Leyba, 
CoL Benjamin Logan, Capt. McCarthy, Col. John Mont- 
gomery, Lt John Rogers, Capt Shannon, Capt Williams, 
and Capt Worthington. Papers (1789-1838) of William 
Clark (1770-1838), explorer with Meriwether Lewis, are 
composed of correspondence with Meriwether Lewis and 
Thomas Jefferson and journals relating to the expedition to 
the Pacific; and journals kept while serving in the Indian 
campaigns under Col. John Hardin and Generals Charles 
Scott and Anthony Wayne. Other correspondents of Wil- 
liam Clark include Daniel Clark. Rene .Tusseaume, Stephen 



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Claris, George Rogers, 1752-1818. Papers of George 

Sogers Clark and William Clark, 1766-1944. (Continued) 
W Kearny, Lafayette, James Madison, James Monroe, Wil- 
liam Morrison, Benjamin CFallon, Dr. James J. CFallon, 
John CFallon, Sylvester Pattie, and Duke Paul of Wurt- 
temberg, Ger. Other material in the collection includes 
biographical and personal notes of the William Clark fam- 
ily, school notebooks of the children, and correspondence 
about the collection. 
Gift 



™ .. . ~_ MS 64-315 

Clark family. 

John CFallon Clark collection, 1786^-1804. ca. 450 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St. Louis) 

Papers of the Clark family, of Missouri. Includes deeds, 
land records, and win of William Clark (1770-1838) ; cor- 
respondence and records of George Rogers Hancock Clark 
and his descendants; and papers on Paducah, Ky. 

Gift of John CFallon Clark. 



Clemens, Cyril, 1902- 

Papers, 1921-56. ca. 2 ft. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

Author and editor of the Mark Twain journal. Corre- 
spondence, primarily from persons of world renown, mostly 
manifesting interest in serving as honorary vice-president 
or as members of the International Mark Twain Society, of 
which Clemens was the founder and president. Includes a 
letter from Samuel Langhorne Clemens (third cousin of 
Cyril Clemens) concerning a self-pasting scrapbook in- 
vented by him. 

Gift. 



n . , MS 64-317 

Clemens family. 

Mary C. Clemens collection, 1737-1954. ca_2ft. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

In part, transcripts. 

Diary (1787-88) of Jeremiah Clemens of Kentucky; 
papers concerning the first thirty years of the Missouri busi- 
ness career of James Clemens, Jr. (1791-1878) of St Louis, 
Mo., copies of his letters (1815-16) to his family in Ken- 
tucky during the period that he lived in Ste. Genevieve, 
Mo., and legal documents of his wife Eliza (Mullanphy) 
Clemens, his father-in-law John M. Mullanphy, and his 
brother-in-law Bryan Mullanphy; newspaper clippings, in- 
vitations to social events in St Louis, lottery tickets, and 
broadsides. Correspondents include Thomas Hart Benton, 
Henry Marie Breckenridge, Blessed Mother Rose Philip- 
pine Duchesne, Chester Harding, John M Mullanphy, and 
Bishop Joseph Rosati. 

Gift. 



Cline, Frederick A MS64 - 318 

Daisy J. Cline papers, 1861-1919. ca. 60 items 
In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 
Tinsmith Correspondence and other papers. Includes 
i^flS aine t0 Us familv > "» St. Louis, Mo., during the 
CiviT War period; letters (1885) to his family while in Sil- 
ver City, N. M; World War i correspondence; tax receipts- 
and commissions. ' 

Gift 



„ MS 64-319 

Clarke family. 

Powhatan H. Clarke collection, 1842-1921. ca. 3 ft. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St. Louis) 

Correspondence of the Clarke family, of St Louis, Mo A 
chiefly of Powhatan H. Clarke (1863-1893), his wife, and* 
their son, Powhatan H. Clarke, Jr. (1893-1920). Includes 
80 letters of Frederic Remington (1861-1909), artist and 
author, to Powhatan H. Clarke, illustrated with pen and 
ink sketches of army subjects; Clarke's army papers (1884- 
93) and field notes; and notebooks (1917) of Powhatan H. 
Clarke, Jr., while a student at the Cadet School of Military 
Aviation, University of Illinois. 

Gift 

_ MS64-820 

Clubs and societies papers, 1870-1962. 

ca. 350 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St. Louis) 

Correspondence, minutes, articles of incorporation, state- 
ments, newspaper clippings, and other papers relating to 
social, civic, and local patriotic clubs of St. Louis, Mo. and 
to clubs of national interest and importance. Organizations 
represented include the American Legion, American Society 
of Civil Engineers (St Louis branch)," Colonial Dames of 
America in Missouri, Colonial Daughters of the Seven- 
teenth Century, Daughters of the American Revolution, 
Junior League, Missouri Society of the City of New York, 
National Society of the United States Daughters of 1812, 
National Society of World War Registrars, inc., New Eng- 
land Society of St Louis, Smith College Club, Society of 
the Army of Tennessee, Society of Colonial Wars, Society 
of Mayflower Descendants, United Confederate Veterans, 
United Daughters of the Confederacy, Veterans of Forei^ 
Wars, and Women Descendants of Ancient and Hono 
Artillery Company. 

Gift 

MS 64-321 
Collins, Thomas R 1860-1961. 

Thomas R. and Martin Collins papers, 1866-1951. ca. 60 
items. 
In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 
Insurance brokers and civic leaders of St Louis, Mo. 
Chiefly correspondence relating to the insurance business. 
Gift 



MS 64-322 
Conway, Joseph, 1763-1830. 

Papers, 1798-1922. ca. 60 items. 
In Missouri Historical Society collections (St. Louis) 
Pioneer of St. Louis Co., Mo. and Indian fighter. Chiefly 
1798-1881: land sales, deeds, indentures, bills of sale of 
Negroes, land grant and survey, wills, and genealogy. 
Gift 



MS 64-323 
Cook, Fannie (Frank) 1893-1949. 

Papers, 1881-1949. ca.4ft 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) dfc 

Author and lecturer. Correspondence, literary papers, 
biographical data, scrapbooks, notebooks, pamphlets, clip- 
pings, periodicals, and other printed material reflecting Mrs. 
Cook's interest in the southeast Missouri sharecroppers, inter- 
racial problems, labor movements, and relief conditions. 
Includes MSS. of Mrs. Palmer's honey ( 1946) , Storm against 
the wall (1948), The long bridge (1949), the unpublished 
William Beaumont, and numerous short stories. 

Gift 



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MS 64-324 
County Court papers, 1844-51. 
ca. 350 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 
Records relating to the organization of the following 
counties in Missouri: Atchison, Butler, Cedar, DeKalb, 
F Dodge, Dunklin, Harrison, Hickory, Knox, Lawrence, Mer- 

cer, Mississippi, Moniteau, Nodaway, Putnam, Reynolds, 
Ripley, Schuyler, and Sullivan. Includes recommendations 
for justices and sheriffs in various counties; surrey notes of 
townships; and correspondence of Gov. John C. Ed wards 
and Austin A. King. 
Gift 

MS64-325 
Couzins, John E D 1813-1886. 

Papers, 1825-1950. ca. 100 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St. Louis) 

Chief of police, St Louis, Mo. and U. S. Marshal for the 
eastern district of Missouri. Correspondence, genealogy, 
and newspaper clippings. Includes papers pertaining to 
the work of Couzins and his wife, on the Civil War Sanitary 
Commission; receipts of ordnance stores; Couzins 1 oath of 
loyalty to the United States ; and the papers of his daughter, 
Phoebe Couzins (1842-1913) first woman lawyer in Missouri, 
■consisting of correspondence relating to her work and to her 
writings. Couzins' correspondents include Edward Bates, 
William Greenleaf Eliot Hamilton R Gamble, and Ulysses 
Simpson Grant 

Gift 

MS 64-326 
Craighead, Alexander. 

Papers, 1800-15. ca. 60 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St. Louis) 

Merchant. Correspondence relating to Craighead's mer- 
^| cantile business in Ste. Genevieve, Mo., but mainly to his 
• lead mining ventures in the Hercularieum, Ste. Genevieve, 
and Washington Co., Mo. areas. Includes a bill for merchan- 
dise of John Smith T ("T" for Tennessee) for gun repairing 
and a pistol; and three letters relating to Smith T's interest 
in the Shibboleth Mine. 

Gift 

MS 64-327 
Crow, Carl, 1883-1945. 

Papers, 1901-54. ca. 125 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

Journalist, author, and observer in the Far East Letters 
from Crow to his family in St. Louis, Mo., pertaining pri- 
marily to his life in China and Japan, and to his writing 
career. Includes a few memoranda of agreements between 
him and his publishers, for his books; and papers relating to 
the closing of his estate, especially to the properties deposited 
at the University of Missouri. 

Gift, 1953. 

MS 64-328 
Crumb, Geneva, 1872-1962. 

Papers, 1860-1956. ca. 75 items. 
In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 
Resident of St Louis, Mo. Fifteen letters from Robert 
E. Peary, mainly concerning his Arctic expedition and a 
•contract (1908) for his lecture in St Louis; biographical 
4ft -sketches of Caleb B. Crumb (1814-1886) ; programs (1861) 
" of the Bloomfield Educational Society; programs (1861) 
of the Jackson Academy Exhibition; and a real estate 
broadside (1867). Correspondents include William Benton, 
Frank P. Briggs, Bennett Champ Clark, Forrest C. Don- 
nell, T. S. Eliot, Vladimir Golschmann, James P. Kern, 
Vilhjalmur Stefansson, James B. Sullivan, and Harry S. 
Truman. 
Gift. 



MS 64-329 
Darby, John Fletcher, 1803-1882. 

Papprs. 1785-1882. ca. 1500 items. 
In Missouri Historical Society collections (St. Louis) 
Mayor of St. Louis, Mo., State senator, and U S. Repre- 
sentative from Missouri. Letters, documents, and miscel- 
laneous items pertaining to the political, social, and business 
history of St Louis. 
Gift, 1913. 

MS 64-830 
D'Arcambal family. 

Papers, 1848-86. ca. 90 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St. Louis) 

Correspondence, mainly in French, relating to estate mat- 
ters and to Santo Domingo indemnities, emanating from 
France, involving the D'Arcambal family, of St Louis, Mo. 
Includes genealogical chart 

Gift, 1950. 

MS 64-S31 
Davis, George Tnrnbull Moore, 1810-1888. 
Papprs. 1832-43. ca. 200 items. 
In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 
Lawyer and journalist. Legal correspondence of Davis 
and the firm of Davis & Krum, Alton, 111. Includes letters 
from many firms and individuals in St. Louis, Mo., letters 
relating to land transactions in the Alton area, and letters 
relating to political matters. John M. Krum (1810-1883) 
was Davis' law partner. 
Gift. 

MS 64-332 
De Bar, Benedict, 1814-1877. 

Papprs, 1866-80. ca. 50 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St. Louis) 
Actor and proprietor of the St. Louis Theatre, St. Louis, 
Mo. Correspondence, clippings, notes, receipts, deeds, and 
business papers relating toDe Bar and his estate. 
Purchase, 1951. 

MS 64-338 
Ddany, John CFallon, 1841-1930. 

Papers. 1829-1933. ca. 25 items and 74 v. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St. Louis) 

Physician and philanthropist of St. Louis, Mo. Corre- 
spondence, journals (1862-1933) of Delany's social life here 
and abroad, and a genealogy of the Delany and Morton 
families. The 1862 journal describes Delany's trip to the 
Rockies with Father Pierre- Jean de Smet After Delany's 
death the diaries were continued by Mrs. Delany giving 
sparse accounts until 1933. Includes a letter (1851) sent as 
a valentine from a gold prospector in California; a letter 
from Archbishop John J. Glennon, of St. Louis, to Delany 
acknowledging receipt of a gift of property for a school 
ground; and an invitation to act as pallbearer in the funeral 
procession in honor of Henry Clay. 

Gift. 

MS 64-334 

Delassus family. 

Delassus-St Vrain papers, 1544-1909. ca. 500 items. 
In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 
Correspondence; documents pertaining to Missouri lands; 
and coats of arms, patents of nobility, and other genealogi- 
cal date relating to the Delassus and St Vrain families. 
The collection is principally concerned with Carlos Dehault 
Delassus (1767-1842?) and reflects the history of the Loui- 
siana Purchase, the Missouri settlements, and the Spanish 
and French influence in the Mississippi Valley. Names in- 
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Delassus family. 

(Continued) 

Luis Hector baron de Carondelet, Auguste Chouteau, Pierre 
Chouteau, Bufus Easton, Manuel Gayoso de Lemos, Wil- 
kam Henry Harrison, Charles Howard, Pierre Antoine La- 
forge, Louis Lalune, Pedro Clement Laussat, Juan Lavallee, 
Mane Philhppe Leduc, Louis Lorimer, Juan Ventura Mo- 
rales, Manuel Perez, Henry Peyroux, Jacques de St Vrain, 
Charles Sanquinet, James G. Soulard, Zenon Trudeau and 
Juan Baptaste Valle. 

««*-,_ MS64-335 

De Man family. 

Papers, 1779-1957. ca. 1000 items. 
In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 
Correspondence, land papers, receipts, bills, genealogical 
date, copies of the family crest, 13 school books (1847-49) 
of Clara De Mun and Emilie De Mun, and other papers re- 
lating to the De Mun family, of St Louis, Mo„ especially 
Jules De Mun (1782-1943>- Includes Jules De Mun's jour- 
nal (Sept 10-Nov. 30, 1815) recording a journey from St 
Louis to a place south of Pueblo, Colo., on the Arkansas 
w!Tvv • made by ^ Mun ' A-ngvste P. Chouteau, and Mr. 
v TT i^ a trader- Correspondents include Frederico Bert- 
hold, 1 lerre Chouteau, Jr., Auguste De Mun, Edmund de 
Pestie, John Forsyth, Charles Gratiot, Zelina Macklot John 
Mullanphy, Joseph Nicolas Nicollet, and Jacques de St 
vrain. 
Gift 

Desloge family. MS 64^36 

Papers, 1815-1955. ca. 600 items 

Li Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

Correspondence (1815-72) between the Desloge and Rozier 
families of Missouri, Nantes, France, and Santiago, Cuba; 
and genealogical data. Most of the letters (1823-56) relate 
!?^ merchandising activities of Firmin Desloge (1803- 
1856) and of his uncle, Ferdinand Rozier, in Sainte Gene- 
vieve, Mo., and to lead mining in Washington and Saint 
Francois counties, Mo. Fonr letters (1850) are from Jules 
■Kozier, son of Ferdinand Rozier, while on a gold mim™ 
expedition m California. 

Gift 



Diamant, Henry A collector. MS 64-337 

Henry A Diamant collection, 1805-75. ca. 100 items. 
In .Missouri' Historical Society collections (St Louis) 
Ohiefly bills, deeds, Governors' appointments of justices of 
the peace; legal papers; slave emancipation papers; a polite 
ical ticket listing Sterling Price as nominee^ for Governor 
of Missouri and Thomas Hart Benton as nominee for the 
U. 6>. House of Representatives; a receipt (1835) to Madame 
Mane Therese (Cerre) Chouteau, of St. Louis, Mo. for use 
of city water; a paper (1831) relating to the administration 
of the estate of her husband, Auguste Chouteau, a gen- 
eral accounts ledger (1810) ; a fur accounts ledger (1813) 
Orift of Henry A Diamant 192L 

Doniphan, Alexander William, 1808-1887 

Papers, 1855-1907. ca. 60 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St. Louis) 

Army officer, lawyer, and political leader, of Missouri 
J-rmcipallj ■correspondence with Dewitt Clinton Allen on 
political subjects. 

Gift. 



m- . „ MS64-839 

Missouri Historical Society, St. Louis. 

Church papers, 1727-1962. 2 ft 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St. Louis) 

Papers containing historical information relating to 
churches in early St. Louis and other parts of Missouri: 
objections of the Missouri Presbyterian ministers to taking 
the oath of allegiance as a qualification for participating m 
the business aspect of the Church; and names of the minis- 
ters in the Missouri Conference of the Methodist Episcopal 
Church, who refused to become identified with the Methodist 
Episcopal Church, South when the schism (1845) occurred 
in Columbia, Mo. 

Gifts from various sources. 



MS 64-340 
Missouri. Historical Society, St. Low. 

Commissions collection, 1720-1904. ca. 60 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

In part, photocopies. 

Commissions of William Christy, Jules Leduc, Daniel A 
Rawlings, Alexander Riddle, John Ruedi, William Shannon, 
Joseph Throckmorton, and others. Signatures attached to 
the commissions include those of military officers, State 
Governors, and Presidents of the United States. 



Missouri Historical Society, St. Louis. 

Cooper County papers, 1810-1961. ca. 1100 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

Chiefly marriage returns (1829-81) of Cooper Co., Mo ; 
records (1810-45) of the Baptist Church of the District of 
St Charles, in Upper Louisiana, from its first meeting to its! 
meeting in Boonville, Mo.; prospectus (Feb. 6, 1864) of the 
Boonville monitor, a Union paper; a report (1935) of the 
Missoun Training School for Boys, in Boonville; and cor- 
respondence relating to life in Cooper Co. in the mid-lsOO^ 

Gifts from various sources. 



. MS 64-342 

Obear, Bryan, collector. 

John Gano Bryan papers, 1788-1917. ca. 160 items. 

In Missouri Historical Society collections (St Louis) 

Tributes paid to Dr. John Gano Bryan (1788-1860) from 
letters and reminiscences of Dr. Bryan's contemporaries; 
biographical and genealogical material concerning the 
Bryan and McHvaine families; and notes on horsey horse 
breeding, and pedigrees. 

Gift. 



Smith, Thomas Adams, 1781-1844. 64-348 

Papers, 1798-1864. 1747 items. 

In State Historical Society of Missouri collections 
(Columbia) 

Army officer. Correspondence and seven letter books 
(1812-81) concerning the War of 1812, especially in Florida^ 
and New York, problems with the Indians and runawayW 
slaves in Florida, troop provisions and conditions, the Mis- 
souri Military District, and other routine military matters ; 
politics; sale of public lands; traders of Santa FtN E- 
mstructions for Stephen H. Long for a surveying expedi- 
tion; and exploration of the Yellowstone River and estab- 
lishment of a camp at its mouth, Correspondents include 
William H Ashley, David Barton, John C. Calhoun, Wil- 
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Smith, Thomas Adams, 1781-1844. Papers, 1798-1864. 

(Continued) 
Floyd, Duff Green, "William Henry Harrison, Andrew Jack- 
son, William Carr Lane, Stephen H Long, Josiah Meigs, 
John Miller, David B. Mitchell, John OTallon, Thomas 
Pinckney, David Todd, Hugh Lawson White, and James 
Wilkinson. 

Calendar cards of individual letters in repository; does 
not include items in letter book. 
Gift of the heirs of the estate of Smith, 1906-06. 



MS 64-344 
Cornwallis> Sir William, 1744-1819. 

Papers relating to his service in the American Revolution, 
1776-8:!. 12 v. 

In New York Historical Society collections. 

British naval officer. Correspondence, logbooks, signal 
books, rosters of seamen, a volume of instructions for com- 
manding officers of British ships, and order books relating 
to Cornwallis' service during the American Revolution in 
the Chesapeake Bay, the Delaware River, the West Indies 
and in the Atlantic Ocean near Rhode Island and elsewhere. 
Ships mentioned include the Bristol, Chatham, Isis, Lion, 
and Medea. 



MS 64-345 
Loosey, Charles Frederick de. 

Papers, 1860-70. 30 v. and 1 box. 

In New York Historical Society collections. 

Imperial Austrian consul general. Correspondence, ac- 
counts, memoranda, newspaper clippings, and other papers, 
A mostly in Spanish or German, chiefly relating to Mexico. 
Includes cashbook and correspondence of Luis de Arroyo, 
consul general of the Mexican Empire; letters from the 
Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs and from Mexican 
consulates and legations in various countries to Mexican 
consuls in New Orleans and New York relating to consular 
affairs, the military and political situation in Mexico, the 
activities of Benito Juarez and his agents, and Emperor 
Maximilian ; letters, contracts, printed reports, and other 
papers relating to the Mexican Gas Works, the American 
and Mexican Mail Steamship Company, the St. Antonio 
Lizardo Company, the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, and a 
steamship line from New Orleans to Vera Cruz; and laws 
and decrees issued by various departments of the Mexican 
government. Correspondents include J. Miguel Arroyo, 
Richard Barry, Don Luis Borg, Henry M Flint, Hugo 
Fritsch, William Henry Hurlbut, F. A. Ludert, Emperor 
Maximilian, Oliver de Resseguier, and Simon G. Sina. 



MS64-346 
Bens, Glendolen T 

New York State Woman Suffrage Party papers, 1916-18. 
ca. 350 items. 

In New York Public Library. 
I Correspondence and other papers dealing with the New 
York State Woman Suffrage Party and the activities of 
Mrs. Bens as 2d Assembly District leader (TJtica, N. Y.) and 
press chairman. Includes press releases, public statements, 
and other papers «m»Tn».ti7ig from New York State party 
headquarters by such women as Carrie Chapman Catt, 
Harriet B. Laidlaw, and Vivian (Boarman) Whitehouse. 

Purchase, 1959. 



MS 64-347 
British Apprentice Gab, New York. 
Records, 1921-60. 3 cartons. 
In New York Public Library. 

Includes general correspondence, "boys and parents let- 
ters", registers, logbooks, special visitors books, B. A. C. re- 
view, and B. A. C. bulletin. 
Box listing available in the library. 
Gift, 1961. 

MS64-348 
Brown family. 

Papers. 1844-68. 1 box. 

In New York Public Library. 

Correspondence of the Brown family of Columbus, Ohio. 
Chiefly letters of Lucius Franklin Brown (d. 1863) to his 
father, Bradford B. Brown, to his sisters Olive and Virginia 
(Mrs. Charles T. Flowers), to his brother-in-law, Charles 
T. Flowers, and to his cousin, Edgar N. Wilcox, while a 
student at the English and Classical Family School for 
Boys, Farmington, Conn. (1852-55), while employed as an 
architectural draftsman at Columbus, Ohio and Nashville, 
Tenn., and while serving as a lieutenant in the 18th In- 
fantry, U. S. Army (1862-63). Includes a letter press copy- 
book of his official letters (1862-63)- 

Gift of the estate of Charles F. McCombs. 



MS 64-349 
Buehermann, Elizabeth. 

Correspondence, ca. 1004-55. 3 folders. 

In New York Public Library. 

Photographer. Letters received (chiefly to 1910) from 
many persons in literary, art, and photographic fields, 
mainly relating to photographic work done by Miss Bueher- 
mann; together with 20 letters (1932-41) received by O. 
Bancharel d'Aoust from Alexis Carel, Mrs. Ralph Sock- 
man, and others. 

Selected list of correspondents filed with the collection. 

Gift 

MS64-350 
Denting, Edwin WiDard, 1860-1942. 
Papers, 1880-1921. 1 box. 
In New York Public Library. 

Artist Correspondence of Deming with his family while 
he attended the Art Students' League, New York City, and 
from Chicago, Mexico, and Paris ; together with four photos. 
Listing available in the library. 
Gift 



MS64-351 
Fenno family. 

Papers, early mid-19th cent. 12 items and 2 v. 
In New York Public Library. 

Miscellaneous poetry and writings of the Fenno family, 
principally August and Henry Fenno. 
Gift, 1961. 

MS 64-352 
Gibbs, Lillian. 

Papers, 1931-59. 1 box. 
In New York Public Library. 

Miscellaneous correspondence and other material. In- 
cludes 14 folders of correspondence, notes, and other papers 
(1955-58) relating to distribution of Scrapbook Of a house- 
wife and citizen. 3 ' 
Gift, 1960. 



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Hale family. 

Papers, 1818-72. 3 boxes. 

In New York Public Library. 

Correspondence and other papers of a Newburyport, Mass. 
family. Includes letters (chiefly to relatives) from Ben- 
jamin Hale (1797-1863), president of Hobart College, 
Geneva, N. Y., and from Benjamin Hale, Jr.; copies of lec- 
tures given at Geneva, ST. Y. by Benjamin Hale Sr • cor- 
respondence (1825-47) of the Rev. John March; letters to 
Josiah Little Hale (1803-1875) and to Thomas Hale (1800- 
1854), insurance company executives of Brooklyn, ST. Y., 
relating to their business and charitable affairs; papers per- 
taining to the receivership of the Merchants Marine Insur- 
ance Company and to other insurance firms; and papers 
(1844-45) concerned -with the building of the Plymouth 
Church of the Pilgrims, Brooklyn, N Y 

Gift, 1940. 



„. MS 64-354 

Hill, David Bennett, 1843-1910. 

Papers, 1886-1910. 2 boxes. 

In New York Public Library. 

Lawyer, U. S. Senator, and Governor of New York Cor- 
respondence; legal papers including briefs, opinions, and 
notes; untitled MSS. of writings and drafts of speeches, 
chiefly relating to Hill's career as U. S. Senator; and mis- 
cellaneous material including engravings of Hill and printed 
political matter. 

List of correspondents available in the library. 

Purchase. 



Kent family. 

Correspondence, 1802-66. 1 box. 

In New York Public Library. 

Letters from Moody Kent (1779-1865), lawyer of Pem- 
broke, N. H, to his brother Paul Kent (1772-1851) of New- 
buryport, Mass., and to Paul's daughters, chiefly on family 
and local matters. Letters to Paul include discussions of 
ownership of Kent Island, near Newburyport 

Kiddle family. 

Papers, 18611-1935. ca. 75 items. 

In New York Public Library. 

Correspondence, diplomas, certificates, and legal papers 
of Henry Kiddle, teacher and superintendent of New York 
City schools, and of his descendants, Alfred W. and A. M F. 
Kiddle as well as Orr family relatives. Includes patents 
and papers of Alfred W. Kiddle in association with Thomas 
A. Edison; papers relating to the estate of Elizabeth Dun- 
ham, and other papers. 

Gifts, 1961. 



t«i *.. -i MS64-357 

Little family. 

Correspondence, 1808-60. 7 boxes. 

In New York Public Library. 

Letters received by Josiah Little (1747-1830), landowner, 
merchant, and politician, of Newburyport, Mass. and by his 
son Josiah Little (1791-1860), lawyer, merchant, politician, 
chiefly from Edward Little (1773-1849), lawyer and manu- 
facturer of Danville, Me. Personal and business matters 
are covered with discussions of the division of Josiah Little, 
Sr.'s vast landed estate, the development of waterpower and 
manufacturing along the Androscoggin River, the lumber 



industry, and the start of railroads in Maine. Other names 
represented include Moses L. Atkinson (1814-1852), Wil- 
liam Atkinson ( 1780 !-1865), William Atkinson, Jr. (1806- 
1862), Ebenezer Hale (1775?-1848), Edward Toppan Little 
(1809-1867), Josiah Little (1801-1865), Josiah Stover Little g 
(1801-1862), Thomas Brown Little (1799-1854), John Mc- 
Keen (b. 1790?), and Adams Moore (b. 1800?). 
Gift, 1940. 

MS 64-358 
Muchel, Jane Verner. 

Letters, 1851-55. lv. 

In New York Public Library. 

Transcripts (typewritten carbons) 

Letters of Mrs. MitchaL, wife of the Fenian leader, John 
Mitchel (1815-1875), to Mary Thompson in Ireland, describ- 
ing the life of the Mitchel family as political prisoners in 
Van Dieman's Land (Tasmania) and their escape to and 
life in the U. S. 

Purchase. 

MS64-359 
Rockwell, William Walker, 1874-1958. 
Papers, 1915-2L 2 folders. 
In New York Public Library. 
_ Professor of church history, Congregational minister, and 
librarian. Correspondence and other papers relating to 
Armenian and Assyrian relief activities. 
Gift 

MS 64-360 
Shakers. 

Papers, 1780-1929. 61 v. 

In New York Public Library. 

Records of daily events in Shaker communities in thedk 
U. S., diaries, recollections, accounts of seances, spirit mes- 
sages, songs, poems, church laws, covenants, accounts, draw- 
ings, and photos. 

Unpublished inventory in the library. 

Purchases. 

MS 64-361 
Spanish Child Welfare Association of America. 

Records, 1937-89. 2 cartons. 

In New York Public Library. 

Correspondence and other records concerning the raising 
of funds to evacuate, feed, or nurse Spanish children who 
were victims of the Spanish Civil War. 

Gift. 

MS 64-362 
Snlzer, William, 1863-1941. 

Papers, 1914-31. ca. 150 items. 

In New York Public Library. 

Lawyer, U. S. Representative, and Governor of New York. 
Letters received and a few copies of letters sent, largely con- 
cerned with Sulzer's mining interests in the West and 
Alaska; miscellaneous clippings, programs, and other 
papers. 

Purchase. 



MS 64-363 
Weitenkampf, Frank, 1866-1962. 
Papers, 1888-1961. 5 boxes. 
In New York Public Library. 

Chief of the Prints Division, New York Public Library. 
Correspondence with artists, critics, authors, journalists, 
American collectors, and others. 
Gift. 



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MS 64-364 
Biggs, Eader. 

Papers, 1787-1851. 372 items and 8 boxes. 

In North Carolina State Dept, of Archives and History 
collections. 

Merchant and postmaster of "Windsor and Williamston, 
N. C. Correspondence, daybooks, invoices, bills of lading, 
bills, promissory notes, bills of exchange, bonds, accounts, 
advertisements, and other papers. Much of the collection 
relates to Biggs' business activities as a general merchant 
and an exporter of cypress shingles and staves, fish, and 
some crops, operating under the "»>"« Biggs & Bro&, Kader 
Biggs and Company, and Miller and Biggs. Business cor- 
respondence includes letters from commission merchants, 
wholesalers, manufacturers, agents, and customers in various 
cities in North Carolina and Virginia, Baltimore, Md., New 
York City, Philadelphia, Pa., and Charleston, S. C. The 
chief business correspondent is Solomon Cherry, Biggs' 
partner in a Norfolk, Va., commission house. Correspond- 
ence with Biggs' brothers, "William in Vicksburg, Miss., and 
New Orleans, La., Joseph D. in Williamston, N. C, and 
Asa in Raleigh, N. C. and Washington, D. C, a sister 
M £. Biggs, and Eliza Smithwick, a cousin, discuss family 
and business affairs and such topics as politics in Mississippi 
and Louisiana, yellow fever in Vicksburg, Miss., and current 
issues and events (ca. 1844-46) in the North Carolina State 
Assembly and in the U. S. House of Representatives. 
Miscellaneous items include correspondence and papers 
(1837-49) of William F. G. Pierce containing letters from 
the superintendent of the Eastern Asylum at Williamsburg, 
Va., relating to the admission of Pierce's sister Elizabeth 
and reporting on her progress there, Miss Pierce's will, bills 
for personal items and for the firm of Gray and Pierce, and 
other business letters and papers. 

In part, transferred from Bertie Co., N. G, records, 1963. 

MS 64-365 
Blair, John J 1860-1937. 

Papers, 1923-37. 2 boxes. 

Ih North Carolina State Dept. of Archives and History 
collections. 

Educator. Correspondence, minutes, blueprints, news- 
paper dippings, and pamphlets, relating to Blair's activities 
in educational, civic, and cultural affairs in High Point and 
Raleigh, N. C. and in the State at large. Correspondence 
between Blair and his brother David H. Blair, 17. S. Com- 
missioner of Internal Revenue, is chiefly concerned with 
their plans for conversion of their property near High Point 
into a real estate development Includes material on city 
beautification and parks, Quakers in North Carolina, the 
Raleigh Natural History Club, and the North Carolina Art 
Society, of which Blair was the first president Corre- 
spondents include Katherine Pendleton Arlington, E. S. 
Draper, Raymond Ellis, Raymond Hunt, David Ten Eyck 
Huyek, Robert J. Lassiter & Company, Paul Lindley, De 
Witt Rapalje, and Capt E. B. Williams. 

Unpublished description in the repository. 

Transferred from the North Carolina Division of School- 
house Planning, Dept of Public Instruction, 1961. 

MS 64-366 
' Brown family. 

W. Vance Brown collection, 1794-1894. 652 items and 
55 v. 

In North Carolina State Dept. of Archives and History 
collections. 

Correspondence, diaries and journals, notebooks, account 
books, judgment book, autograph album, tax receipts, invita- 
tions, railroad passes, membership cards, broadsides, licenses, 



muster roll, certificates, commissions, and bank notes, of f our 
generations of Browns who at one time or another lived in 
western North Carolina : John Brown (1772-1845) , his son 
William J. Brown (1803-1884), his sons William Caleb 
Brown (1832-1862), Samuel S. Brown (1837-1862), and 
John Evans Brown (1827-1895) and his son William Vance 
Brown. The papers contain information on many aspects 
of North Carolina land development and transactions, an 
extensive travels in North Carolina and elsewhere, on social 
life, particularly in Asheville and Buncombe Co., N. C.jOn 
Zebulon B. Vance and other members of the Vance family, 
and on farming, sheep raising, real estate, and politics in 
New Zealand. Includes John Strother's diary and field 
notes (1799) of the North Carolina-Tennessee boundary 
survey. 

Unpublished description in the repository. 

Gift of J. Fuller Brown, 1932-34. 

MS64-367 
Caswell, Richard, 1729-1789. 

Papers, 1733-90. 53 items. 

In North Carolina State Dept of Archives and History 
collections. 

In part, transcripts made 1908-10 from the George C. 
Thomas Collection, Carnegie Institution, Washington, 
D. G; and photocopies (negative) made in 1959 from the 
Emmet Collection, New York Public Library and the 
Library of Congress. 

Surveyor, lawyer, legislator, militia officer, and Governor 
of North Carolina. Correspondence, accounts, notes, and 
other papers, chiefly relating to military and other matters 
during the Revolutionary period in North Carolina. In- 
cludes letters from Continental Congress delegates and Gov- 
ernor Caswell's reports (1777-79) to the General Assembly. 

Unpublished description in the repository. 

MS 64-368 
Cochran, William A 1872- 

Atlas Cochran collection, 1783-1936. 1400 items and 4 v. 

In North Carolina State Dept of Archives and History 
collections. 

Lawyer, member of the North Carolina General Assem- 
bly, and superintendent of schools in Montgomery Co., N. C. 
Correspondence,, deeds, land grants, surveys, plats, maps, 
bills, contracts, promissory notes, wills, and minutes, largely 
reflecting Cochran's activities as a lawyer and mine owner. 
Many of the papers relate to land records and transactions, 
to gold mining companies, and to the Montgomery County 
Council of Defense in World War z, of which Cochran was 
chairman. Includes papers (1853-1908) of C. C. Wade and 
his brother W. T. Wade, consisting of correspondence, rec- 
ords of the clerk of the Superior Court of Montgomery Co., 
N. G, material on settlements of estates and mining interests, 
and personal records. 

Unpublished description in the repository. 

The maps were a gift of Atlas Cochran, 1953; other 
papers lent by Jeffrey Stanback, 1954. 

MS64-369 
Haywood, Fabius Julius, 1803-1880. 

Papers, 1833-1900. 174 items. 

In Korth Carolina State Dept. of Archives and History 
collections. 

Physician, of Raleigh, N. C. Correspondence, account 
books, certificates, licenses, deeds, promissory notes, and 
judgments. Includes deeds for land in Raleigh and Wake 
Co., N. G; records of slaves purchased and hired; medical 
bilk for patients; accounts for the firm of Williams, Hay- 
wood and Company; and an article of copartnership with 
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Haywood, Fabius J 

(Continued) 

the city. Some of the papers pertain to Col. Allen Rogers, 
of Rolesville (Wake Co.), N. C. and other members of bis 
family. In the later years papers relate to Haywood's 
amnesty pledge, the return of his U. S. citizenship, and his 
efforts to regain bis house from the Federal Government 
On loan from Henry D. Haywood, 1958. 



limes, Wait, *,ZW. MS 64-370 

Wait and Leone Hines collection, 1839-98. 498 items and 
3 v. 

In North Carolina State Dept. of Archives and History 
collections. 

Accounts, tax receipts, certificates, deeds, receipted bills, 
promissory notes, bills of sale, jury vouchers, court records, 
political party tickets, advertisements, and other papers. 
Includes papers and account books of James and W T 
Hines of Lenoir Co., N. C; papers of John H. Peebles 'and 
his guardianship accounts for John W. Cobb; and records 
of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions and Superior 
Court of Lenoir Co. Most of the Hines papers are James' 
and include bills for lumber bought by Hines Bros., Dover, 
N. C. and for rent of a steam mill and accounts of cotton 
crops and sales. 

Unpublished description in the repository. 

Gift of Mrs. Dan W. Parrott, 1959. 



Hinton, Charles L MS 64-371 

Papers, 1844-50. 237 items. 
coltecS? Cal0lina State D "* ,t of A"*"* and History 
State treasurer, of Raleigh, N. C. Letters; receipts for 
household and personal expenses for Hinton, his family and 
his wards; and advertisements. Includes letters to Hinton 
concerning the value of plantations in which he was inter- 
ested; letters from relatives describing schools and studies; 
letters requesting favors. 
Transferred from State treasurer's papers. 1961. 



Houeman, William Henry. MS 64-372 

Papers, 1852-1900. 1929 items and 4 v 

co£cS? Carolilm state Dept of AMhiT " and m *»y 

riSSSTT'-? W ^. 6 ?°-'F- C Business correspondence 
(1860-94), partly with London and Bryan of Boston con- 
cerning cotton shipments, a panic on the market, the 'post- 
war price of plate glass, payment of interest and mortgages, 
cost of repairs and additions to rental property, and ferti- 
lizer prices; railroad and express receipts; commission and 
provision merchants' invoices (1871-77) ; specifications and 
estimates for the construction of a barn; deeds, mortgages, 
and agreements regarding Holleman's property in Raldgh 
and Wake Co, N. C; accounts with rentel agents J ft 
tfroughton and Company concerning rent collections, re- 
pairs, and upkeep costs; crop liens, cotton records, payments 
to an overseer, and other papers relating to farming; house- 
hold, medical, and other family bills; bankbooksTmemoran- 
dum books; and miscellaneous papers. Includes letters to 
Mrs. HoDeman concerning house plans and furniture, and 
some bills addressed to R. E. Holleman, Eleanor Stanback, 
J.Robbins,andW.H.Robbins. ^^ 

Received from Col. Jeffrey Stanback, 1961. 



x , ^ MS 64-373 

Jaeocks, Charles W 

Correspondence, 1819-46. 104 items. 
Li Xorth Carolina State Dept. of Archives and History 
collections. J 

Court clerk and farmer, of Bertie Co, N. C. Correspond- 
ence relating to business affairs, personal and family mat- 
ters politics, student life at Randolph-Macon College, Ash- 
land, Va, the University of North Carolina, and Oxford 
Female Academy, and to Jaeocks' activities as agent and 
executor of several estates. Many of the letters are from 
members of Jaeocks' family and were written from Hert- 
ford, Durant's Neck and Spring Hill, N. C, New Haven, 
Conn., Brownsville, Tenn, Warren Co, N. C, and other 
places. 

Transferred from Bertie County records, 1963. 



Jones, Arthur, of Edenton, if. C. MS 64 ~ 374 

Papers, 1793-1800. 90 items and lv 

coiSns!' C:ir0Hna State D ' PL ° f ArchiTOS •"* Hist0I 7 
. Shipper, of Edenton, N. C. Correspondence; accounts, 
invoices, mid receipted bills of purchases, loading expense! 
debts, and soles, relating to Jones' shipping businUj^H 
memorandum book of daily accounts recording Jones' travels 
in Virginia and eastern North Carolina. Material concerns 
purchases of corn, lumber, shingles, staves, fish, salt, tur- 
pentine, tar, sugar, molasses, and tobacco fdlarges for 
freight, drayage, wharfage, inspecting, packing, pickling, 
coopering, storing of fish, inspecting and pm£g shmgles, ^ 
and piling and culling staves; and the cost otfmiia mkde# 
on the schooner "Ready Money.'' Represented in the col- 
lection are Freeland & Gillies, Petersburg, Va.; Barry, Cole 
7 f arr % Baltimore; Thomas C. Amory, Boston; John Field 

£?£ B , altimore ; and Jackson & Evans, Philadelphia. 

Orift of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania 1961 



Joyner, James Yadkin, 1862K1954 

Papers, 1873-1912. 1211 items. 
cohMtionT Car ° lina State ^P* - of Chives and History 

Educator and lawyer, of North Carolina. Correspond- 
ence, certificates, resolutions, speeches, sketches, newspaper 
chppings, receipts and bills. Much of the correspondent 
deals with Joyner's family and personal business and with 
his activities in various educational positions and as a mem- 
ber of several educational societies. Many of the letters are 
to and from J. A Matkeson, Joyner's real estate agent in 
Greensboro N. C. and to the occupants of his two houses 
there. Subjects mentioned in the correspondence include 
cotton and tobacco farms in Lenoir Co, N. C, the death of 

£ V ♦ * P'-r 5 5 Cl T' fte Ayc0ck Mem °rial Commission, _ 
the National Education Association, American aid for# 
Armenian and Syrian relief, the Raleigh YMCA basketball 
team, politics, and educational matters in North Carolina 
and elsewhere. Correspondents include B. F Aycock, Wal- 
lace Buttnck, J I. Foust Thomas J. Jarvis, R. M.^arsall, 
C. G. Pearson, Clarence Poe, John F. Sims, and George L 
lowne. a 

Transferred from the North Carolina Dept. of Public In- 
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MS 64-376 
Norman family. 

Papers, 18U-1911. 400 items. 

In North Carolina State Dept of Archives and History 
collections. 

Correspondence and other papers (chiefly 1866-1901) of 
the Norman family, of Brinkleyville (Halifax Co.), N. C. 
consisting of accounts, proclamations, broadsides, poems, 
•warrant, deed, and invitations. Earliest letters (1866-90) 
are to S. S. Norman from his brother and to his wife, Ellen 
Norman from friends and relatives. Letters after 1890 are 
from the Norman children to Mrs. Norman concerning their 
children and their -work. Bettie Norman -wrote from 
Greensboro, N. C. and Yadkin College; Linnie Norman 
from Medoc, N. C. ; Nell Norman from Red Springs, N. C, 
where she was a student; Percy Norman from Virginia and 
North Carolina and later from Louisiana and Texas,- and 
Royl Norman from Areola, Bath, and Marion, N. C. where 
he worked in hotels. Percy Norman's correspondence con- 
cerns his contact with drug and tobacco companies relative 
to his selling their products. Includes letters to S. S. Nor- 
man from J. C. Batts, of Norfolk, Va. relating to a cure 
for Norman's eye trouble through Christian Science. 



MS 64-377 
Pipkin family. 

Papers, 1822-64. 50 items. 

In North Carolina State Dept of Archives and History 
collections. 

Accounts, deeds, petitions, division of land, tax notices, 
power of attorney, agreements, and other papers of Elisha 
Pipkin and his children, particularly Lewis Pipkin, in Cum- 
berland, Duplin, and Harnett counties, N. C. The earlier 
items relate to Elisha's estate, apparently located between 
the Cape Fear and the Little rivers. Includes a few items 
of A S. Pipkin, Elisha J. Pipkin, and John W. Pipkin. 



MS 64-378 
Powell, William Stevens, 1919- collector. 

"William S. Powell collection, 1716-1928. 5fi8 items and 
3v. 

In North Carolina State Dept of History and Archives. 

Correspondence, land plats, grants, deeds, and surveys, 
account books, promissory notes, bills,, newspaper clippings, 
and other papers, chiefly 1800-1900. Most of the papers are 
of Ashley Guy Powell, a farmer of Johnston Co., N. C. who 
also operated a private school, Hillfield Academy, and his 
son Charles Stephen Powell (d. 1918) a Confederate soldier, 
sheriff of Johnston Co. and an officer of the U. S. Internal 
Revenue Service in Raleigh, N. C. A. G. Powell's papers 
relate to land and to his farms and include material relating 
to the settlement of Daniel A. Powell's estate (1854) and 
executor accounts (1837-69) for the Ingram family. C. S. 
Powell's papers include letters to Powell and his wife from 
family and friends, material dealing with reminiscences of 
antebellum days, experiences during the Civil War, Confed- 
erate reunions, and social items about the community of 
Sanders Chapel, N. C, and distillery records kept in connec- 
tion with Powell's duties in the inspection of whiskey stills 
for the Internal Revenue Service. Other papers include 
correspondence ( 1862-65, ) between M. A. Reddick, a private 
in Company D, 63d North Carolina Cavalry, and his family. 
The letters from Reddick describe some of his war experi- 
ences but are mainly instructions to his wife for planting 
and harvesting crops. 

Lent by Mr. Powell, 1949, 1961. 



MS 64-379 
Purdie, James W 

Papers, 1829-78. 157 items. 

In North Carolina State Dept of Archives and History 
collections. 

Resident of Bladen Co., N. C. Correspondence, promis- 
sory notes, civfl warrants, due bills, receipts, land grants, 
deed, petition and tax receipts. Most of the papers (1851- 
78) relate to Purdie's settlement of Donald McDonald's 
estate. 

Gift of Katharine Purdie, 1961. 



MS 64-380 
Shober family. 

Papers, 1858-1921. 68 items. 

In North Carolina State Dept. of Archives and History 
collections. 

Correspondence, accounts, receipted bills, agreements, 
deed, and promissory notes, primarily concerning Charles E. 
Shober, his wife, Nannie L. Shober, and his brother F. E. 
Shober, of Greensboro, N. C. Includes guardian records 
(1858-61) of Charles for his sister, Addie Shober, consisting 
of accounts for her schooling at Oakland Female Institute, 
Norristown, Pa. and expenditures for clothes and travel; 
correspondence primarily relating to a lawsuit against W. H. 
Wheeler filed by F. E. Shober and Mrs. N. L. Shober; and 
letters from J. C. Buxton, of Winston-Salem, N. C. advising 
the Shobers of the progress being made in the litigation of 
the case. 



MS 64-381 

WQkins, Ashley. 

Papers, 1884-1900. 531 items. 

In North Carolina State Dept. of Archives and History 
collections. . 

Businessman, of South Gaston, N. C. Correspondence, 
receipted bills, bills of lading, contracts and agreements, 
advertisements, inspection reports, promissory notes, and 
canceled checks, chiefly relating to Wilkins' commission 
business activities. Includes daily quotations from the cot- 
ton market and occasional prices for other items; accounts 
and correspondence from cotton brokers and commission 
merchants acknowledging instructions from Wilkins, report- 
ing sales, advising on inspection, selection, sale, and adver- 
tisement of cotton; correspondence relating to his interest in 
the lumber business in which he was associated with Miss 
E. E. Dillehay; and correspondence with lawyers, the clerk 
of the court, and the register of deeds requesting or giving 
information about farms, requests for collecting money, and 
acknowledgements from friends. Companies with which 
Wilkins traded include Barry Thayer and Company, Bos- 
ton; Dumee, Son and Company, Philadelphia; Price, Reid 
and Company, Norfolk, Va., and Savage & Son, Norfolk, 
Va. 



MS 64-382 
Adams, Charles Christopher, 1873-1955, collector. 

Papers relating to bird studies, 1925-34. ca. 450 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, -.Southern His- 
torical Collection (2650) 

Correspondence files concerning the writing and publica- 
tion of A guide to the winter birds of the North Carolina 
sandhills (1928), by Milton Philo Skinner (b. 1879)- The 
letters are mainly the correspondence of Adams, Director of 
the N. Y. State Museum; Dr. John Warren Achorn (b. 
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pers relating to bird studies, 1925-45. (Continued) 
and wrote some chapters of the book; M. P. Skinner, field 
a^urahst who wrote the major portion of the volume; and 
Edmund Joseph Sawyer (b. 1880), who illustrated it. In- 
cludes field study notes and photos, of the North Carolina 
sandhills area by Skinner, Sawyer, and Achorn 
Unpublished description in the library. 
Gift of Dr. Adams, through Dr. R E. Coker, 1943. 

«, MS 64-383 

i^mance Factory records, 1839-1903 
127 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (4) 

Correspondence and other business records relating to a 
< *™ 11 established by Edwin Michael Holt (1807-1884) 
and William A Carrigan in Alamance Co., N. C, in 1837 
includes production, shipping, and time records, store ac- 

w « h ^Tl £**" and ?* er records of Holt ^ Carrigan, 
&. M Holt & Company, E. M Holt's Sons, and the L. Banks 

^,, M ^ fa ^f in ^ C0mpa,ly ' fims wMch successively 
operated the null The papers pertain chiefly to the prii 

of cotton and to the sale of cotton yarn. 
Unpublished description in the library 

prSrltsS 6 jUamanCe FaeU>17 ** d E - *• Hol t *»d Sons, 

Alcorn, James Lusk, 1816-1894. ^ 64-38 * 

Papers, 1850-1949. 34 items 

toSal U SSn? 5 f ^ Car<>lilla """* SOTthem His " 

t^T%' state f nan ' P° liti <»l ^ader, and Confederate 
Army officer. Correspondence (chiefly 1850-65) from Al- 

f^.^i^' ^ mBH * Wdton (Glover ) ^Jw™. delud- 
ing 15 Civil War letters written from Mississippiand Ken- 

^''-tUT* P 1 * 11 * 8 * 1011 ^ts and Alcorn's diary (1879- 
&0V with short entries on the weather, fanning, sale of 
Pfoduce, and social, family, and religious affairs. The corre- 
spondence between Alcorn and his wife chiefly concerns 

fS^L *, P ^ '^^ M ^secessionist, Con- 

Sf JT?i' "* ^P ublican Pernor of Mississippi. 
Unpublished description in the library 
Gift of Mrs. P. D. Russell, before 1940. 

Alexander, Adam, 1758-1812 MS 6 *~ 385 

Papers. 1758-1882. ca. 900 items. 

to&FSS&IS** CirolinaLibr ^' Southern His- 

.'iSw^'n ^ -^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ diary 
«I.i P n J slclan 's accounts. Includes extensive per- 

^nalcorrespondence and miscellaneous business paperHf 
B ™2Z? I % ^ erati ons of his family in Georgia. P ^ 
fcnfts from descendants of Mr. Alexander. 

-iklszander, Edward Porter, 1835-1910 

Papers, 1852-1910. ca.4ft. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (7) 

Engineer, Confederate Army officer, university professor, 
tesmessman and planter. Correspondence, notebooks, 
Varies, drafts of Alexander's book, Military memoirs ofa 
Confederate, and other writings. The correspondence con- 
cerns personal, family, military, and business affairs, and 
includes letters written from Costa Rica and Nicaragua re- 
lating to Alexander's arbitration in their boundary dispute- 



Mid correspondence of his in-laws, the Mason family of 

King George Co., Va., and Hagerstown, Mi, and of his 

Alexander relatives in Georgia. 
Unpublished description in the library. ^ 

Gift of Bessie Alexander Ficklen and other members of * 

the Alexander family. 

Allen, William C MS6 *^ 8T 

Business records,1847-74. 164 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3523) 

Storekeeper of Autauga Co., Ala. Autauga. Co. deeds, 
bills, accounts, promissory notes, and receipts. Includes! 
fewletters, some papers of Allen's father, James Allen, and 
of Dr. Hugh C Hillhouse of Prattville, Ala. of whose estate 
Allen became the administrator in 1858. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Lois Harris, 1961. 

Alstonfamfly. MS6 « 88 

Papers. 1804-93. 296 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (16) 

Indentures, deeds, wills, mining accounts, tobacco sales, 
notes, and family letters of Mrs. Willis (Sarah M) Alston^ 
of Halifax Co., N. C; her son, Archibald D. Alston (his 
yife Missounanna M. F. Alston and their son Archibald D 
Alston, Jr.) of Warrenton and Louisburg, N. C; her daugh- 
ter, Anella A Hawkins (her husband James B. Hawkins 
and their daughter Sally A Hawkins) of Carrey Creek, 
Tex. ; and son, Edgar M. Alston (1827-1848) who was killed M. 
m the Mexican War. "Jr 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. W. H Pleasants, before 1940, 1948, and 1951. 

MS 64— 38Q 

Anderson, Edward Clifford, 1815-1883 ^^ 

Papers, 1813-82. 63 items. 

In J'Miversity of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3602) 

Naval officer, Confederate Army officer,- planter, politician, 
and businessman, of Savannah, Ga. Mostlv letters from 
Anderson, friends, and relatives, to his wife, Sarah McQueen 
(Williamson) Anderson. Includes minutes (1813-68) of 
the trustees of the Chatham Academy of Savannah, Ga • 
miscellaneous plantation and slave records; material related 
to Anderson's service in the U. S. Navy, his Civil War ac- 
tivities, including an account of his services as purchasing 
agent m England and a diary kept while he was working 
with bavannah River defenses; a diary (1869-82) relatine 
n . , W ?> rk -, aS ma y° r o f Savannah and as director of the 
Central Kailroad of Georgia, with information on affairs 
and life in Savannah during the Reconstruction period 

Unpublished description in the library. 
Acquired, 1962. 

Anderson famfly. MS 64-390 # 

Papprs, 1828-98. ca. 250 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (21) 

Family letters of Robert Burton Anderson (1833«-1889) 
Presbyterian minister of Morganton, N. C; his parents; 
JMiza (Burton) and James Anderson (1796-1874) of Elders- 
he near Beattie's Ford, N. C; his wife, Jennie (Thorn- 
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Anderson family. Papers, 1828-98. {Continued) 

(1812-1862), president of South Carolina College and pro- 
fessor at Presbyterian Theological Seminary. Includes 
Witherspoon genealogy, containing reminiscences of the set- 

• tlement of South Carolina, sermons, and obituaries. 
Unpublished description in the library. 
Gift of Mrs. James E. Anderson, prior to 1939, and in 
1943, 1949. 



MS 64-391 
Ashe, William Willard, 1872-1932. 

Papers; 1859-1932. ca. 3 ft. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (28) 

Botanist, and forester with the N. C. Geological Survey 
(1892-1905), and the U. S. Forest Service in Washington, 
D. C. (1905-1932), Personal, business, and professional 
correspondence (chiefly 1898-1932) concerning forestry, 
forest products, and soil conservation and flood control. In- 
cludes clippings, articles, photos., and 3 volumes of notes. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. W. W. Ashe, before 1940; and the Univer- 
sity of North Carolina Botany Dept. files, 1959, 1960, and 
1963. 



MS 64-392 
Atkins, James, Bj>., 1850-1923. 
| Papers, 1874-1931. 1680 items. 

* In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (32) 

Clergyman of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South* of 
Waynesville, N. C. Family and professional correspond- 
ence of Atkins; and family and business papers (1923-31) of 
his son, James Atkins, Jr., a real estate broker. Includes 
material relating to Haywood Co., N. C. schools, Asheville 
Female College, and church matters. 
Unpublished description in the library. 
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. James Atkins, Jr., 1938. 



MS64-893 
Attmore family. 

Papers, 1769-1901. ca. 1100 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3607) 

Business papers and family correspondence of William 
Attmore (1750-1800), merchant and shipper, of Philadel- 
phia and New Bern, N. C. ; his wife, Sarah (Sitgreaves) Att- 
more (1771-1843) ; their son, George Sitgreaves Attmore 
(1794-1859); his son-in-law, William Hollister Oliver 

#(1829-1908) ; and their relatives in New Bern and Philadel- 
phia. Business papers relate to William Attmore's mer- 
chandising and shipping business in Philadelphia and New 
Bern, and 19th century deeds of the Attmore and Oliver 
families in connection with New Bern real estate. Family 
letters pertain to education and social events in New Bern 
and family affairs in Philadelphia. 
Unpublished description in the library. 
Gift of Caroline P. Constable, 1962. 



MS 64-394 
Atwood & Company, Philadelphia. 

Records, 1856-59. 120 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3140) 

Chiefly correspondence (of a wholesale dry goods and 
general merchandise firm) with merchants in the East, Mid- 
west, and South, relating to purchases and business prob- 
lems. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Purchased, 1955; formerly in the Burton Historical Col- 
lection, Detroit Public Library. 



MS 64-895 
Bacon, Henry, 1822-1891. 

Papers, 1836-91. 690 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (36) 

In part, microfilm. 

Civil engineer, railroad executive, and stockbroker. 
Business papers and personal correspondence (1836-73) of 
Bacon, relating to the Boston and Maine, Great Falls and 
Conway, and Illinois Central railroads during their periods 
of building and expansion. Includes maps, deeds, account 
books, Bacon's journals (1851, 1860, 1866), and diaries (6 
volumes on microfilm) covering the years he lived in Smith- 
ville (1867-82) and Wilmington (1882-91), N.C. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. W. B. McKoy, before 1940. 



MS 64-396 
Bailey, James B 1820-1864. 

Papers, 1847-85. 200 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (38) 

Soldier, planter, and lawyer, of Fort Clark, Fla. Per- 
sonal and business correspondence revealing social and eco- 
nomic conditions in Florida, and current events in Alabama. 
Includes Confederate Army letters and papers. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. A. C. Means, before 1940. 



MS 64-397 
Bailey, John Lancaster, 1795-1877. 
Papers, 1788-1890. 500 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (39) 

Legislator, judge, and lawyer of Pasquotank Co., N. C. 
Correspondence and papers of Bailey, other members of his 
family, and the related Brownrigg and Cain families con- 
cerning property, politics, home, family, social life, war, 
Reconstruction, and legal matters. Includes letters from 
the Episcopal School at Raleigh, N. C, and the Hillsboro 
Military Academy from children in the family. 
Unpublished description in the library. 
Acquired, 1935. 



MS 64-398 
Bain, Charles Wesley, 1864-1915. 

Papers, 1885-1918. ca. 500 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2739) 

Schoolmaster, professor, and classical scholar. Chiefly 
letters to Bain from friends and associates, mostly southern 
scholars. Correspondents include CoL William Gordon 



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Bain, Charles Wesley, 1864-1915. Papers, 1885-1918. 

(Continued) 
McCabe (1841-1920), founder and headmaster of the Uni- 
versity School at Petersburg and Richmond, Va^ and rector 
of the University of "Virginia; Willis H. Bocock, professor 
of Greek at the University of Georgia; Eben Alexander; 
and Basil L. Gildersleeve (1831-1924), 
Unpublished description in the library. 
Acquired, 1944. 



™.„ MS64-399 

Baker, William B 1839-1864. 

Papers, 1859-66. ca. 200 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3506) 

Union soldier. Letters and a diary of Baker, of Goodales 
Corner, Penobscot Co., Me., a member of the 1st Maine 
Cavalry, 1st Regiment, Co. D. The letters, written from 
Maine, Maryland, Washington, D. C, Virginia, and Penn- 
sylvania, describe living conditions, attitudes of the soldiers, 
and battles. The diary (Jan.-July, 1864) was written at 
Baker's station in Virginia and, after his injury in May, in 
a hospital in Richmond. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Purchase, 1960. 



MS 64-400 
Banks, Thaddeus, 1815-1879. 

Papers, 1744-1925. 500 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (43) 

Lawyer of Hollidaysburg, Pa. Correspondence and busi- 
ness papers consisting chiefly of letters (1839-41) from 
Banks to his fiancee, Delia Jane Reynolds, and scattered 
letters (1842-64) to her after their marriage. Includes 
letters of the Banks family of Pennsylvania, the Reynolds 
family (Quaker) of Rising Sun, Cecil Co., Md., and John a 
Reynolds. Papers before 1830 are mainly grants, inden- 
tures, deeds and receipts. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Houston Hiatt, before 1940. 



~ MS 64-401 

Barnes, David Alexander, 1819-1892. 

Papers, 1806-92. 120 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3484) 

Legislator and judge. Personal and business correspond- 
ence (chiefly 1860-92) consisting of bills, receipts, wills, and 
charges to juries of the North Carolina Superior Court The 
legal papers concern Burgwyn and McRae family matters 
handled by Barnes, and include letters concerning "Alves- 
ton," the Burgwyn plantation in Occoneechie Neck, North- 
ampton Co., N. C, and George Pollock Burgwyn's 
bankruptcy case. Includes Collin W. Barnes' ledger (1820- 
32) for provisions, shoe shop, and labor; account book and 
ledger (1833) for whiskey and bacon; Boons Mil] daybooks 
(1836-39) ; proceedings of the Jackson, N. C. Lycaeum 
Society's meetings; the diary (1840) of D. A. Barnes while 
he was a student at the University of North Carolina; and 
other account books. Correspondents include Jonathan 
Worth and William C. Bagley. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of the Barnes family of Murfreesboro, N. G, 1960. 



MS64-402 
Barringer, Daniel Moreau, 1806-1873. 

Papers, 1807-1929. ca, 800 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3359) _ 

Politician and diplomat, of North Carolina, Family fct-W 
ters and business items (chiefly 1846-70) relating to Bar- 
ringer's residence in Spain, while U. S. Minister, and to 
the political campaign of 1872. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Brandon Barringer, 1958-63. 



__ , MS64-408 

Barry, John Alexander. 

Letters, 1861-1903. 49 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3015) 

Confederate soldier, of Georgia. Correspondence written 
while a private in Company A, later in Company B, Rifle 
Battalion, Phillips Legion, Wofford's Brigade, to his family 
in Dalton, Ga., describing his activities in Virginia, South 
Carolina, Tennessee, and Georgia. Includes some postwar 
items. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Elizabeth Barry Johnson, 1954. 

MS 64-404 
Bassett, John Young, 1805-1852. 

Papers, 1822-71. 153 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library. Southern His- 
torical Collection (1527) 

Physician of Huntsville, Ala. Medical, family, and finan- 
cial correspondence of Bassett and his wife, Isaphoene 
Thompson Bassett including a letter from Theodore Parked 
editor of the Massachusetts quarterly review, and two letter^ 
from William Gilmore Simms, editor of the Southern quar- 
terly review, criticizing Bassett's article on race ethnology. 
Includes letters from the Bassett children to Mrs. Bassett. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Edward Turnbull, 1948. 

MS 64-405 
Beirne, Oliver. 

Business records, 1860-86. 350 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (55) 

Planter, of Virginia and Louisiana. Letters from a busi- 
ness associate, John Echols, of Staunton, Va., and corre- 
spondence (1873-77) between Beirne's son-in-law, William 
Porcher Miles (1822-1899) and B. R. Johnston over a law 
suit, Beirne vs. Preston, involving a property dispute with 
Gen. John S. Preston of Abingdon, Va. Includes bills, 
receipts, financial records, railroad stocks, and papers re- 
lating to the management of the Houmas Plantation in 
Louisiana. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

MS 64-406 
Benbnry, John Avery, 1827-1862. 

Papers, 1858-99. 140 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library^ Southern 
torical Collection (2565) 

Confederate officer. Mostly Civil War letters from Ben- 
bury to his wife, Harriet Armistead (Ryan) Benbnry (who 
later married David Miller Carter) , from camps in Virginia 
telling of battles, casualties, changes of command, and 
camp conditions. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Dr. Hubert Benbnry Haywood, 1955. 



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MS64-407 
Berrien, John MacPherson, 1781-1856. 

Papers, 1778-1865. ca. 550 items. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (63) 

Lawyer, U. S. Senator from Georgia, and TJ. S. Attorney 
Q) General. Legal papers relative to the Florida-Georgia 
boundary controversy, 1851-55; financial papers of a rice 
plantation and farm near Savannah and Clarksville, Ga^ 
respectively; correspondence (1830-52) with men prominent 
in the Jackson administration and in Georgia, Includes 
papers (1778-86) relating to the military service during the 
Revolution of Berrien's father, John Berrien; Civil War 
letters from Bobert Falligant in Virginia and Phil Falligant 
in Georgia; letter books; a receipt book; and a ledger. 
Correspondents include John Qnincy Adams, George Ed- 
mund Badger, Thomas Hart Benton, Francis Preston Blair, 
Henry Clay, Howell Cobb, George W. Crawford, Hamilton 
Fish, Richard W. Habersham, James Hamilton, Jr., S. D. 
Ingham, Andrew Jackson, Alexander H. Stephens, George 
M. Troup, John Tyler, Daniel Webster, Thurlow Weed, and 
Bichard Henry Wilde. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of the Misses Cecil B. and Eugenia A Burroughs, 
1945. 

MS 64-408 
Berson, William L R F 1780-1856. 

Papers, 1780-1865. 50 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3184) 

Jeweler or clockmaker. Mainly correspondence (1852-57) 
of Berson and his several lawyers and agents in Tennessee 
and Paris relating to his claim for indemnity for property 
lost in the Haiti insurrections of the 179CS. Most papers 
A are written in French, but many are accompanied by ap- 
parently contemporary English translations. 
Unpublished description in the library. 
Gift of Mrs. W. G. Berson, 1955. 

MS64-408 
Betts, Alexander Davis, 1832-1918. 

Papers, 1847-1917. 78 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3178) 

Clergyman of the North Carolina Conference of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church, South. Mostly memorandum 
books of class lists, visits, subscription accounts, and ser- 
mon texts used. Includes scattered correspondence; and 
seven items relating to Betts 9 career as a Confederate chap- 
lain, including a personal diary (1861) and a printed 
pamphlet, Experience of a Confederate chaplain, 1861-64. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Dr. Joseph S. Betts, 1955. 

MS 64-410 
Biggs, Herman, 1832-1887. 

Civil War papers, 1857-82. 141 items. 
In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2351) 
£. Army officer. Letter press books (1862-65) containing 
copies of Biggs' official communications as chief quarter- 
master, Dept of North Carolina and Virginia, during the 
Civil War; telegrams received; vouchers; lists; and a photo, 
album. Includes postwar papers concerning efforts to secure 
Congressional authority for a disability pension for Biggs. 
Unpublished description in the library. 
Acquired, 1941 and 1946. 



MS 64-411 



Birnie, William. 

Correspondence, 1836-64. 250 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (66) 

Merchant and banker of Charleston, S. C. Letters 
(chiefly 1842-64) to Birnie from members of the Birnie and 
Ferguson families, mostly in Aberdeen, Scot-, about family 
affairs, commerce, economic conditions, and current events; 
and from relatives and others around Charleston, S. C, in- 
cluding letters (1862-64) to Birnie in Greenville, S. C. from 
his nephews in Charleston. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. James Lewis. 

MS 64-412 
Black family. 

Papers, 1797-1926. 120 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2530) 

Family papers of members of the Black family of Vir- 
ginia, Louisiana, and Mississippi, chiefly 1797-1829, 1840- 
49, and 1860-68. Letters (1797-1829) written from Dun- 
kirk and London to Capt. David Black, master of merchant 
vessels, stationed in European ports, about the cargoes of his 
ships; letters after 1823 from Black in Alexandria, Va., to 
his daughter, Mary Isabelle Black; receipts and official 
records of Pvt. David Calmes Black and Capt W. C. Black, 
C. S. A, during the Civil War; postwar business corre- 
spondence of Robert Martin, of South Carolina; business 
correspondence (1877-99) of Mrs. Robert Martin of 
Augrista, Ga.; miscellaneous papers of the Erwin family of 
South Carolina; letters (1823, 1840-48) from relatives in 
Scotland about flax and linen spinning industries; and an 
account book (1860) of L A Erwin. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. David C. Black, 1943. 

MS64-413 

Bine, Victor, 1865-1928. 

Papers, 1841-1919. 340 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern ffis- 
torical Collection (2795) 

Naval officer. Official naval assignment records and per- 
sonal papers, chiefly 1884-1919. Includes commissions, let- 
ters telegrams, expense accounts, and memoranda concern- 
ing orders to and detachments from various stations; letters, 
invitations, and photos, relating to people and events in 
Blue's naval career; and a few papers relating to Capt 
John Blue, who fought in the War of 1812, John G. Blue, 
a Confederate officer, and Nathan Evans, who fought in the 
Revolutionary War. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Kate Lilly Blue, 1944. 

MS 64-414 

Bond, Louisa (Fentriss) 

Correspondence, 1843-95. 91 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2768) 

Family letters (chiefly 1862-95) to Mrs. Bond, wife of 
Uriah Bond of Clay Co., Mo., from her fether, Frederick 
Fentriss of Guilford Co., N. C; her sons, John M. and 
T. C- Bond, Union soldiers during the Civil War ; her uncle, 
Henry Macy Fentriss; and other relatives in Missouri, In- 
diana, and North Carolina. The letters pertain primarily 
to family affairs. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Verne Rhoades, 1944. 



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»!_•... MS64-415 

Boykin, Alexander Hamilton, 1815-1866. 

Papers, 1748-1932. ca. 900 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (78) 

Planter, legislator, and Confederate Army officer. Per- 
sonal correspondence, and business and military papers. The 
Civil War papers (1861-62) are of Captain Boykin when 
he was leader of Boykin's Hangers, an independent company 
of South Carolina Mounted Rangers in Richmond, Flint 
Hill, and Manassas, Va. Includes papers of Mrs. Boykin- 
correspondence from her father, W. F. DeSaussure of Co- 
lumbia, S. C; and personal correspondence between other 
members of the Boykin and DeSaussure families. After 
1865, the papers are mainly those of Alexander Hamilton 
JJoyfcin, Jr. 

Unpublished description in the library. 
Gifts of Mrs. Burwell H. Boykin, May Boykin, Mary 
Boykin Haile, and Mary Morris Boykin, before 1952. 

Brashear family. MS 64-416 

Papers, 1804^65. 249 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3355) ^^ 

Correspondence (1804-44) of Dr. Walter Brashear, his 
wife, Margaret (Barr) Brashear, their children, and other 
relatives from Bardstown and Lexington, Ky., Philadelphia, 
Pa., and Belle Isle Plantation, La.; letters (1831-65) ofthe 
Lawrence family of Long Island, N. T., before Henry 
Effingham Lawrence (1809-18761) married Frances Bra- 
shear (b. 1819) ; and correspondence (1845-65) of Henrv 
Lawrence and his wife as he carried on his business in New 
Orleans and she lived on the Brashear plantations with their 
children. Includes some Civil War letters written from 
Louisiana and the North. 

Unpublished description in the library 

Acquired, 1958 and 1962. 

Brevard family. MS6 * Hlir 

Business records, 1754-1903. 411 items. 
In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (86) 

ftmSw«°°?-?i °- ]"*«»*■. deeds > «"1 indentures 
(1754-1876) of Alexander Brevard (b. 1755) and members 
of his family, and of John Davidson, Joseph Graham, and 
R. J. M. McDowell. Includes several colonial grants, a 
Revolutionary War muster roll, an Army orderly book 
iJ.BJ.d-14), and some business papers concerning Mt Tirza 
Forge in Lincoln Co., N. C. in the early 19th century. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Thomas H. Wright, 1938-46. 

. . ., MS 64-418 

Brevard family. 

Papers, 1820-1904. 

74 items and 2 reels of microfilm. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2871, M-2294) 

Correspondence and family papers of Theodore Washing- 
ton Brevard (d. 1877), a lawyer and politician of North 
Carolina, Alabama, and Florida, his wife Caroline E 
(Mays) Brevard, his son Theodore W. Brevard, Jr., and 
las granddaughter Caroline Mays Brevard. Includes MSS 
of the writings of Caroline Mays Brevard. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Use of the microfilm is restricted. 

Gift of Mrs. Baxter Moore, 1952, and lent for filming bv 
Mrs. Leroy Collins, 1948. ° * 



„_.„ , MS 64-419 

Bndgers, John Luther, I. 1850. 

Papers, 1865-72. 55 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3020) ^ 

Lawyer, of Tarboro, N. C. Correspondence with family' 
and friends while Bridgers was a student and young at- 
torney. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Edwin Peacock, 1954. 

^ MS 64-420 

Broadfoot, Charles Wetmore, 1842-1919. 
Papers, 1774-1919. 2000 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (87) 

_ Lawyer of Fayetteville, N. C. Correspondence and per- 
tinent business papers from the successive and overlapping 
law practices of John Huske (1786-1848), his son, John 
Winslow Huske (1809-1841), James C. Dobbin, Jr., and 
Broadfoot, all of Fayetteville, N. C. and connected by 
family ties. Includes deeds, bills and accounts, estate settle- 
ments and guardianship papers, and insurance policies. 
Unpublished description in the library. 
Gift of the Misses Broadfoot, before 1940. 

,^_ , MS 64-421 

Bromberg, Frederick George, 1837-1930. 

Papers, 1738-1930. ca. 12,000 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (90) 

Lawyer, and U. S. Representative from Alabama. Legal, 
business, and personal correspondence relating to Recon- 
struction and the activities of the Freedmen's Bureau in 
Mobile, Ala. ; Alabama politics (chiefly after 1875) ; Mexica^ 
political upheavals (1910 and later) ; land sales and mining' 
in Mexico and Alabama; and affairs in Mobile. Includes 
early deeds, wills, and a volume (1881-91) containing pay- 
rolls of Cedral Mines, Mexico, for which Bromberg was a 
representative in the U. S. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of the Bromberg family, 1936. 

_ , MS64-422 

Brown, J J 

Papers, 1912-27. ca. 6000 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (93) 

State official, of Georgia. Papers of Brown as Commis- 
sioner of agriculture for Georgia, 1917-27, and of his son, 
Walter J. Brown, dealing with his duties and activities, 
including regulation of dairying, inspection of foodstuffs, 
statistics on acreage, work of county agents, and answers to 
questionnaires. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Walter Brown, before 1940. 

R™™ t t MS64-423 

crown, j Li 

Papers, 1862-66. 73 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2753) £ 

Merchant, of Charlotte, N. C. Letters (1862-64) to 
Brown, of Brown and Tate, from John M. Tate and W. E. 
Stitt in the Confederate Army; business correspondence 
(1863-65) between Brown and the Subsistence Department 
in Raleigh, N. C. ; correspondence concerning North Carolina 
political, business, and legislative matters; and (ca. 35) 
receipts. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Dolph M Young, 1944. 



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MS 64-424 
Brown family. 

Papers, 1779-1906. 64 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (92) 

Brown and Clark family letters, beginning 1836 ; political 
correspondence (1860) of Bedford Brown (1795-1870), 
U. S. Senator from North Carolina; political correspond- 
ence (1866-76) of his son, Livingston Brown; miscellaneous 
papers; and fragments of speeches. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mary Wilson Brown. 

MS64-425 
Brownrigg family. 

Papers, 1771-1886. 299 items. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2226) 

Family correspondence of various members of the Brown- 
rigg family of Wicklow Co., Ireland; Chowan, Pasquotank, 
and Hertford counties, N. C; and Mississippi; including 
Richard Brownrigg (d. 1771) of Ireland; the brothers John 
and Thomas Brownrigg; Thomas' wife, Bo their son, 
Gen. Richard Thomas Brownrigg (h. 1793) ; ami daughter, 
Priscilla Elizabeth Brownrigg, who married the Hon. John 
L. Bailey. The material concerns health, education, travels, 
and business, and includes letters (1784-94) from John 
Brownrigg written from Jamaica and Ireland to his friends 
and relatives in North Carolina; accounts and journals of 
a trip to Mississippi, probably belonging to Richard Thomas 
Brownrigg and his wife Mary W. Haskins Brownrigg, who 
moved there in 1835; an account book (1853-58) of John 
Brownrigg; and indentures, bills of sale, and deeds from 
Chowan, Pasquotank, and Hertford counties. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Richard T. Brownrigg, 1940. 

* MS64-426 

Bryan, Shepard, 1871- 

Papers, 1909-45. ca. 400 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2969) 

Lawyer and judge, of Atlanta, Ga. Chiefly correspond- 
ence with William Watkins Davies, Bryan's classmate at the 
University of North Carolina and lawyer of Louisville, Ky. 
Other correspondents include Robert W. Bingham and 
Josephus Daniels. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Bryan, 1953. 

MS 64-427 
Bryan, Wflliam Shepard, 1827-1906. 

Papers, 1818-79. 173 items and 1 v. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3481 and 1956) 

Lawyer. Mainly letters received after 1843, from Bryan's 
family and relatives while he was a student at the Univer- 
sity of North Carolina and a lawyer in Baltimore, Md. Cor- 
respondents include his brother, Francis T. Bryan of Florida 
and Washington, D. C., and members of the Pettigrew and 
Battle families of North Carolina. Includes letters (1818- 
38) received by Bryan's father, John Herritage Bryan, of 
at New Bern and Raleigh, N. C. abont current affairs and poli- 
U tics from correspondents including William Gaston, Francis 
L. Hawks, R D. Spaight, George E. Badger, Daniel Web- 
ster, Edward Everett, and Nathaniel Macon; and an account 
book (1844-68) beginning with an inventory of his property 
in 1844 and containing various accounts of his personal and 
prof essional receipts and disbursements. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Purchase, 1960. Account book a gift of Mrs. H. R. Bryan. 



MS 64-428 

Bryan family. 

Papers, 1704-1935. ca. 13,500 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (96) 

Personal correspondence and business papers of the mem- 
bers of the Bryan and related Blount, DomwlL Shepard, 
and Washington families of New Bern, N. (X, and vicinity, 
including especially James West Hryan (1805-1864), law- 
yer of New Bern; his brother, John Herritage Bryan (1798- 
1870), U. S. Representative and lawyer of New Bern and 
Raleigh; James Augustus Washington Bryan (1839-1923), 
Confederate ordnance and artillery omcer, businessman, 
banker, and railroad official of New Bern; and Charke 
Shepard Bryan (1865-1956) , businessman of New York and 
Ashevilte, N. C. Includes letter books, commonplace books, 
plantation accounts, kgal notebooks, memorandum hooks, 
scrapbooks, notebooks from Princeton University, and Con- 
federate Army ordnance accounts. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Charles S. Bryan, 1940 and 1956. 

MS 64-429 
Burke, Thomas, 1747 (ca.)-l783. 

Papers, 1763-1808. 360 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (104) _ 

Lawyer, politician, and Governor of North Carolina. 
Correspondence and papers of Burke as political leader and 
Governor; business records of his clients and himself; and 
papers relating to the settlement of his estate. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Received by the North Carolina Historical Society from 
Mary W. Burke, 1845. 

MS 64-480 
Burke, William B 1864-1947. 

Papers, 1879-97. 326 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern 'His- 
torical Collection (105) 

Missionary in Shanghai, China. Matters to Rev. Burke 
and his wife, Addie, from his father, J. W. Burke, Georgia 
publisher and stationer, and his mother; MS. of his Chap- 
ters from the 1Mb of a preacher (1884) ; and two scrapbooks. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of the Rev. Mr. Burke, before 1940. 

MS 64-481 

Burnett family. 

Papers, 1842-1919. 70 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (106) 

Familv and personal correspondence of the Burnett ttm- 
fly of Granville Co, N. G, including letters (l**^) **»} 
Zich Burnett to Atlas A Burnett at Chapel HiR, N. G, and 
letters (1911-19) from members of the Oriental Missionary 
Society in Tokyo to Anna Burnett atBynum, N. C. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of A J. Norwood, before 1940. 

MS64-482 
Barton, Hutchins Gordon, 1774-1836. 

Papers, 1809-39. 75 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (110) 

Attorney general and Governor of North Carolina. * am- 
ily, political, and business papers of Burton, ^including 
letters pertaining chiefly to State and national politics. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Betty B. Brown, before 1940. 



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Burtonfamuv. MS64-433 

Papers, 1807-1911. 334 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (111) 

Family correspondence of four generations of the Bur- 
ton and Young families and their connections in Granville, 
Lincoln, Cabarrus, and Mecklenburg counties, ST. C-: bills, 
accounts, receipts, inventories, deeds, and other property 
papers; and letters received by Mrs. Sarah Virginia Young 
for three decades from her agents in Milam Co., Tex. con- 
cerning her cotton producing property. The four genera- 
tions of the families include Robert and Agatha Burton of 
Granville Co., N. G; one of their sons, Alfred M. Burton, 
of Lincoln Co., N. C; his daughter, Sarah Virginia: her 
Husband, Robert Simonton Young, of Cabarrus Co N C 
who was killed in the Civil War; and their four children.' 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Burton H. Smith, 1938-60. 



_ MS 64-434 

BurweU, Armistead, 1839-1913. 

Papers. 1869-1913. ca. 400 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2449) ^^ 

Lawyer and judge of Charlotte, N. C. Personal corre- 
spondence; papers from BurweU's law office; and scrap- 
books of members of the BurweU famfly containing dip- 
pings about family and social events in Charlotte. N C 
1894-1913, and Good Roads Tour, 1909. ™™. -"•**, 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Armistead Burwell, Jr., 1942. 



Burwell, Edmund S d. 1887. MS64-i35 

Papers, 1863-83. 89 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2009) 

Businessman of Charlotte, N C. Letters (1863-67) to 
BurweU from his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Robert Burwell, 
Presbyterian educators in Charlotte, N. C. ; and other family 
letters (1863-83) written from Hfflsboro and Raleurh. N C 
and Petersburg, Va. ■«**»••> 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. John L. Chisolm, before 1940. 



Burwellfamilv. MS64-436 

Papers, 1750-1923. ca. 3500 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (112) 

Papers of William Henry Burwell (1835-1917) of Meck- 
lenburg Co., Va., and Vance Co., N. C; of his father, Wil- 
liam Armistead Burwell (1809-1887) and grandfather, 
Spotswood Burwell (1785-1855), both of Granville Co., 

«n£' ; "? d « f ^ F^t-gnuKtfather, Lewis BurweU (1745- 
1800) of Mecklenburg Co., Va. Chiefly business papers 
related to landholding and to the planting f tobacco Mid 
cotton, interspersed with miscellaneous family and personal 
correspondence. 

Unpublished description in the Ubrary. 

Gift of the family, before 1940. 



MS 64— 437 
Butler, Marion, 1863-1938. 

Papers, 1854-1937. 22 ft. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical CoUection (114 and 115) — 
_ Farm leader, lawyer, and U. S. Senator from North Caro-^ 
lina. Political and business correspondence of Butler, pri- 
marily while he was a U. S. Senator; family and social cor- 
respondence of his wife, Florence (Faison) Butler, includ- 
ing letters from their chUdren; letter books (1896) ; notes- 
and scrapbooks (1899-1915). 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Items after March, 1901 are closed to investigators until 

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Butler and Claude H. Moore. 



Buxton, Ralph Potts, 1826-1900. MS 64-438 

Papers, 1752-1916. 8 ft 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical CoUection (116) 

Judge, of FayetteviUe, N. C. Legal and political corre- 
spondence and papers (1870V90'6) of Buxton ; diary (1858- 
64) and personal letters of his wife, Rebecca (Bledsoe) Bux- 
ton; and letters from his brother, the Rev. Jarvis Buxton, 
Episcopal minister of Rutherfordton, Asheville, and Lenoir, 
JN. O. 

Unpublished description in the library. 
Gift of Mrs. Ernest Bain. 



«u_ »™. „ MS 64-43^ 

Bynum, William Preston, 1820-1909. 

Papers, 1778-1908. 540 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (117) 

Jurist and Confederate Army officer, of North Carolina. 
Personal and professional correspondence and legal papers 
of Bynum, relating chiefly to his widespread law practice; 
an order book (1838) of John Gray Bynum of the North 
Carolina Volunteer Regiment in regard to Cherokee re- 
moval in North Carolina; and travel accounts of Armand 
de Rosset Curtis (1839-1856) as a chUd on trips with his 
father, the Rev. Moses Ashley Curtis (1808-1872) from 
Society HilL S. C. and Hillsboro, N. C. to Charleston, New 
York, and Boston. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Curtis Bynum, before 1940. 



MS 64-440 
Byrd, William McKendree, 1817 (co.)-1874. 

Papers, 1832-1914. 135 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical CoUection (119) 

Legislator, jurist, and politician of Linden and SebnJ| 
Ala. Business correspondence, deeds, commissions, and per^ 
sonal and political letters. Includes letters from Byrd to his 
wrfe and his father, William S. Byrd, concerning plantation 

Unpublished description in the library. 
Gift of Maude Pitts before 1940. 



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MS 64-441 
Caffery, Donelson, 1835-1906. 

Papers, 1838-1924. 387 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern ffis- 
torical Collection (2227) 
In part, transcripts (type-written) 
fl) Lawyer, planter, Confederate Army officer, State legis- 

lator, and TJ. S. Senator from Louisiana. Letters, chiefly 
by Caffery, referring to politics and family matters. Also 
include s lette rs concerning the family of Judge Moses Lid- 
dell of WiDrinson Co., Miss, grandfather of Cafiery's -wife, 
Bethia (Richardson) Caffery. 
Unpublished description in the library. 
Gift of the Caffery family, 1926 and 1940. 

MS64-442 
Calder family. 

Papers, 1817-86. ca. 250 items. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (125) 

In part, microfilm of a diary, lent by John R Peacock 
in 1949. 

Correspondence, accounts, diaries, and newspaper clip- 
pings (chiefly 1857-65) of members of the Calder family 
of Wilmington, N. C. Includes Civil War letters from Con- 
federate soldiers William (b. 1844) and Sobert E. Calder 
from Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania to their mother, 
Phila Lazarus Calder in Hillsboro, N. C; microfilm of the 
diary (1861-65) of William Calder while a student at the 
Hillsboro, N. C Military Academy, and in the Confederate 
Army in North Carolina and Virginia; postwar papers 
(1874) of the Calder brothers, including their accounts as 
wholesale grocers and commission merchants in Wilming- 
ton; property account book (1817) of Capt William Hun- 
ter; travel account (1838) of John L London about Virginia 
Ak Springs; and an account book (1859-60) of William Calder. 
^^ Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. William Calder, Mrs. William N. Atkinson, 
and Milton Calder, 1944. 

MS 64-448 
Caldwell, David Franklin, 1814-1898. 

Papers, 1830-98. 8016 kerns. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (126) 

Lawyer, businessman, and legislator of North Carolina. 
Legal, business, and political correspondence, including let- 
ters from prominent North Carolina political figures relative 
to national and local politics. 

Unpublished description mine library. 

Gift of Mattie Caldwell, before 1940; and purchase, 1959. 

MS64-444 
Caldwell, Tod Robinson, 1818-1874. 

Papers, 1801-90. 550items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (128) 

Lawyer, legislator, Lieutenant Governor and Governor of 
North Carolina. Early Alabama land patents and deeds; 
family correspondence (1888-65) consisting chiefly of let- 
ters to Mrs. Caldwell (Minerva Buffin Cain) from Cain 
4fc relatives in Hillsboro, N. C, and letters (1861-63) from her 
son, John Caldwell, at the Hillsboro Military Academy and 
in Confederate Army camps in Virginia and at Gettysburg; 
papers, from 1869, consisting chiefly of the legal and politi- 
cal correspondence of Caldwell; and letters of condolence to 
his widow after 1874. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Minerva Cain Collett, before 1940. 



MS64-445 
Cameron family. 

Papers, 1739-1929. ca. 33,000 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (133and3623) 

Business and personal correspondence, slave registers, ac- 
count books, farming records, and sermons, of the Cameron 
family and of the related Bennehan, Buffin, and Mordecai 
families, illustrating more than a century of plantation life 
in North Carolina. Members of the family include Duncan 
Cameron (1777-1853), lawyer, legislator, judge, financier, 
and planter of Orange County and Raleigh, N. C. ; his wife, 
Bebecca- (Bennehan) Cameron, daughter of Richard Ben- 
nehan, merchant and planter; his son, Paul Carrington 
Cameron (1808-1891), agriculturist and businessman who 
married Anne Buffin, daughter of Thomas Buffin, chief 
justice of the Supreme Court of North Carolina; and his 
grandson, Bennehan Cameron (1854-1925), landowner, agri- 
culturist, railroad director, and good roads advocate who 
married Sallie T. Mayo, daughter of Peter H. Mayo, of 
Richmond, Va. Correspondents include many prominent 
North Carolinians. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Bennehan Cameron, Mrs. John W. Labouisse, 
and Mrs. Eric N. van Lennep, before 1963. 



MS64-446 
Canfield, Henry Lee, 1860-1942. 

Papers, 1921-42. 325 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2456) 

Universalis minister in Kinston and Greensboro, N. C. 
Correspondence and papers dealing with the Universalist 
Church, race relations, capital punishment, prison reform, 
and other social reforms. Correspondents include Frank P. 
Graham, Lewis E. Laws, Frederick J. Libby, Howard W. 
Odum, George Boss Pou, Mrs. Myers Sternbergw, and 
Gertrude Weil. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Canfield, 1942. 



MS64-447 

Capehart family. 

Papers, 1668-1890. 405 items. # 

In University of North Carolina, Southern Historical Col- 
lection (1530, 2738, M1752, M1494) 

In part, microfilm (negative) from originals in the posses- 
sion of Mrs. W. S. Smith and Dr. William P. Jacocks. 

Correspondence, and other papers. The bulk of the corre- 
spondence consists of letters by Susan Bryan (Martin) Cape- 
hart to her father in Louisiana and letters from members of 
the Bryan, Martin, and Capehart families of Bertie County, 
N. C. during the Civil War and Reconstruction period. In- 
cludes correspondence between Meeta Rhodes (Armistead) 
Capehart and her husband, Archibald Ashbourne Capehart, 
Confederate captain stationed in N. C. arid Va., and to her 
cousin, William Bhodes Capehart; and letters from George 
W. and Susan Bryan (Martin) Capehart of "Scotch Hill," 
Bertie County, N. C. to their son William Bhodes Capehart 
while he was a student in Edenton, N. C. and during the 
Civil War. The papers prior to 1800 are deeds and miscel- 
laneous papers of the Albemarle Sound region. 
Unpublished description in the library. „ _ _, 

Gift of William B. Capehart, 1944 and Robert D. Feild, 
1948. 



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CantweD, John Lncas Paul, 1828-1909. 

Papers, 1830-1909. ca. 140 items. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3027) 

Confederate soldier and tradesman, of Charleston, S C 
and National Guardsman at •Wilmington, N. C. Personal 
papers and family letters (1848-49) written from Charles- 
tan, S. C; correspondence with Confederate prisoners of 
war at Fort Delaware, Md, Hilton Head, S. C, and Fort 
Pulaski, Ga.; papers relating to the Wilmington light In- 
fanj^(l883-84) and Confederate Serins' Cities 

Unpublished description in the library. 
Gift of William C. Hoggins, 1964. 

Caradene family. MS 64-449 

Papers, 1771-1947. ca. 200 items. 

In Uriversity of Norfh Caro]^ ub^ Southern His- 
torical Collection (1497) 

In part, microfilm. 

Family and business correspondence, legal and political 
documents, including a grant of land and titles by Louis xv 
genealogy genealogical charts, family reminiscences and 
records, chiefly of lie eighteenth century and written in 
French, relating to the exportation of sugar from the Cara- 
deuc plantation on Santo Domingo and the insurrections 
there duriag the French Revolution, the conflict between 
Cnurch and state m the early days of the Third Republic 
social invitations, and family matters. Includes the Civil 

r^, ""*"»■£*' of James Achi lk De Caradeuc 
(isie-1895), of Montmorency and Charleston, S C- and a 
fragment of a novel dealing with a northern naturalist in 
south Carolina )ust before the Civil War. 

Unpublished description in the library 

Gift and deposit of Dr. St Julian R." de Caradeuc, 1949. 

Carter, Farish, 1780-1861. MS 64-450 

Business records, 1806-64. 2295 items 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2230) 

Planter. Business and legal papers (1825-60) and miscel- 
laneous account books (1835-42 and 1859-65). Material re- 
lates mostiy to the running of Carter's plantations: cotton 
planting, buying and hiring out of slaves, financing, market- 
ing, and acquisition of more land in Georgia, Louisiana, and 
Florida. Includes references to politics, the Cherokee Na- 
tion and Indian reserves, banking, railroad afiairs, copper 
mining in Georgia, and the Carter family. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. John L. Smith, 1940. 

Chambers, Henry Alexander, 1841-1925 

Papers, 1832-1925. 192 items. 

Li University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2260 and 2828) 

Lawyer, historian, and legislator, of North Carolina and 
Tennessee. Personal letters (chiefly 1890-1915) written to 
Chambers by members of his family, including material 
gathered for a family history; legal and business papers; a 
48-volume diary covering the periods Chambers lived in 
Madisonville, Loudon, and Chattanooga, Tenn., 1870-73, 
1878-67, 1895-99, and 1900-25; account books; muster roll 
of Company C, 49th North Carolina Regiment, C. S A. • and 
a Chambers family record book. 

Unpublished description in.the library 

Acquired, 1940 and 1952. 



MS 64-452 
Chandler, Charles Lyon, 1883-1962. 

Papers relating to Joel R. Poinsett, 1803-196L ca. 1800 
items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern Hisi^ 
toncal Collection (3614) ^^P 

Banker, public speaker, and historian. Chiefly an un- 
published MS. of Chandler's biography (in collaboration 

T?Sa^V^ d T ln i u ! lson Pratt) °* Jod Kcberts Poinsett 
(1779-1851), based largely on material in the Historical 
Society of Pennsylvania collections. Also includes collected 
papers of and related to Poinsett (from Hugh S. Legare, 
Gouvemeur Kemble, J. K Paulding, and Poinsett) ; Chan- 
dler's correspondence (1918-61) about the biography; and 
his notebooks, speeches, and articles. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Chandler, 1962. 



Chapman, Alfred, 1813-1876. MS 64 ~ 453 

Papers, 1779-1876. 234 items. 

caSSon^)^^^ ^^' &UU ^ Histori - 

rf 1 ?* 7 v S-1, £• £± Uld Confed «ate Government employee 
of "Bush Hm," Orange Co., Va. and Washington, DC 

^L^tT^ B - ea3T ^ 0ndmBe ' ****** *nd Papers 
relating to the Virginia militia, pay, supplies and ])erWmel 

of the Confederate Government, land and money matters; 
lettersfrom Chapman to his wife, Mary Edmunds (Kin- 
ney) Chapman; and letters (1876) to Mrs. Bedford Brown 
in Alexandria, Va. from her son, Glenn Brown. 
Unpublished description in the library. 



MS 64— 454 
Chase, Harry Woodbnrn, 1883-1955. 

Papers, 1911-56. ca. 230 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3429) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

University president Correspondence (1933) relating to 
Chase's becoming Chancellor of New York University; 
letters received (1950-51) upon the occasion of his retire- 
ment; letters of condolence (1955-56) to his widow; tributes 
and resolutions; addresses by Herman Harrell Horne ; cor- 
respondence written by Edmund E. Day, Henry Smith 
Pritchett, Elihu Root, Harold O. Voorhis, and Thomas John 
Watson ; a four-volume typescript (1011 p.) of material com- 
piled in 1959 by Dr. Louis Round Wilson of the University 
of North Carolina and containing copies of papers, articles, 
and addresses by and about Chase, representing his experi- 
ence and informed thinking concerning higher education in 
America during the first half of the 20th century. 

Unpublished description in the library. 
Gift of Mrs. Chase, 1959. 



„ V , „ MS 64-455 

Cheesborongh, John, 1817-1903. ^ 

Papers, 1859-93. Ill items. & 

- In University of North Carolina, Southern Historical Col- 
lection (1833) 

_ Cashier of the Bank of Charleston at Charleston and 
Columbia, S. C. Letters, chiefly to his wife in Ashevffle, 
N. C, relating to family and domestic news and mentionine 
events of the time. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mary Cheesborough, 1951. 



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MS64-456 
Cheshire, Joseph Blount, Bp n 1850-1932. 

Papers, 1811-1932. 3 ft. 

la University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (146) 

Episcopal Bishop of North Carolina. Personal, ecclesias- 
tical, and general correspondence, sermons, and papers con- 
cerning activities pertaining to the Episcopal diocese of 
North Carolina, St Mary's School in Raleigh, N. C, Bishop 
Cheshire's family, writings, and other subjects. Includes 
minute books (1828-4.932) of diocesan organizations, 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of JosephB. Cheshire, Jr., before 1940; and Lawrence 
London, 1942. 



MS 64-457 
Cheves, Langdon, 1776-1857. 

Papers, 1814-1919. 158 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (147) 

U. S. Representative from South Carolina, judge, and 
financier. Papers, including biographical material and busi- 
ness papers and deeds (1822-30) , relating mainly to the pri- 
vate life of Cheves in Philadelphia and Charleston; letters 
(1853-36) to Charlotte (McCord) Cheves (Mrs. Langdon 
Cheves, Jr.) of Savannah, Ga.; and to Mrs. Charles West 
of Baltimore, Md.; and letters (1866-70) from Mary Castas 
Lee to Mrs. Cheves; and from Anne (Hrabowska) Wagner 
in New York, Providence, Philadelphia, Boston, etc, to her 
sons Effingham and George in Charleston, 1814 and J818. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Emma Wilkins, before 1940 and 1940. 



MS64-458 
Claiborne, John Francis Hamtramck, 1809-1884. 

Papers, 1797-1884. 2 ft 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (151) 

Lawyer, U. S. Bepresentative from Mississippi, and edi- 
tor. Chiefly material collected by Claiborne in preparation 
of his history of Mississippi, including letters to him giving 
information on historical questions; a large body of undated 
historical writings by Claiborne and others; and newspaper 

clippings. Includes a few. items pertaining to his personal 
life and political activity; notes; and journals of members 
of the Claiborne family, 1794-95 and during the Civil War. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. A. L. Bondurant before 1940. 



MS 64-459 
Click family. 

Mmr Papers, 1772-1895. 192 items. 

W In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 

torical Collection (2537) 

Papers of the Click (also spelled Glucke and Gluick) 
family of Rowan Co., N. C, including personal letters, in- 
dentures, deeds, land surveys, circulars, wills, a mathematical 
notebook, almanacs (in German) , and minutes (Scattered be- 
tween 1860-S3) of the Lutheran Synod in North Carolina. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Allen Langston, 1942. 



MS 64-460 
Oingman, Jane (Poindexter) 

Papers, 1810-1908. 391 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2661) 

Wife of Jacob Clingman of Huntsville, N. C. Primarily 
family letters (1810-76) to Mrs. Clingman from. Poindexter 
relatives in Hardin Co., Tenn., Mississippi, and New Mexico, 
and to her son-in-law, Richard Clauselle Puryear (1801- 
1867), planter and legislator of Yadkin Co., N. C; business 
papers (1828-90) of her son, Thomas Lanier Clingman 
(1812-1897) relating chiefly to his mining investments in 
North Carolina and Georgia; and account books (1836 and 
1844-48) of R C. Puryear, Jr., and John Francis Locke. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Acquired, 1943 and 1958. 

MS64-461 
Clingman, Thomas Lanier, 1812-1897. 

Papers, 1862-65. 790 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (157) 

Confederate Army officer, and U. S. Representative and 
Senator from North Carolina. Civil War correspondence 
and papers relating to events in eastern North Carolina and 
around Charleston, S. C, and reflecting the general situation 
in the army and conditions in the South. Includes lists of 
officers in the 20th, 81st, and 61st North Carolina regiments. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Rosamond Jordan Hancock, before 1940. 

MS64-468 
Cocke, Harrison Henry, 1794-1873. 

Papers. 1762-1876. ca. 200 items and 6 v. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1587) 

Navy officer, of Prince George Co, Va. Family corre- 
spondence, business papers, naval orders, register, journal, 
and communiques relating to Cocke's service in the U. S- 
Navy (1812-61), family life in Prince George Co., Va, 
a description of Williamsburg, Va., during Federal occu- 
pation in the Civil War, and correspondence with his wife, 
Elizabeth (Ruffin) Cocke, and their daughter, Tarifla 
(Cocke) Witherspoon. Contains diary of Mrs. Cocke's 
northern journey (1827) when she was accompanied by her 
half-brother, Edmund Ruffin. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

MS 64-468 
Cocke, Philip Charles, 1879-1949. 

Papers, ca. 1907-48. 50 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3248) 

Lawyer, judge, Democratic Party worker, and orator, of 
Asheville, N. C Speeches, mostly undated, made by Cocke 
on various occasions. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of William J. Cocke, 1956. 

MS64-464 
Coffee, Alexander Dondson, 5. 1822. 

Papers, 1817-1901. 126 items and 2 v. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2813, 1606)' 

In part, photocopies. 

Confederate officer, planter, and surveyor, of Florence, 
Ala. Family correspondence, chiefly with his wife Anne 
while on surveying trips in Alabama in the 1840's and while 
serving with the Confederate Army in Kentucky, Tennessee, 



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Papers, 1817-1901. 



Coffee, Alexander Donelson, & 1822 
(Continued) : ' 

Mississippi, and Alabama. Includes photostats of military 
order books of the War of 1812 and some papers of Coffee's 
father John Coffee (1772-1833), a Tennessee militia 
general. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. O'Neal, 1952. 

Coffield f amily. MS$4 - 465 

Business records, 1723-1920. ca. 400 items 
In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3162) 

Business papers, including grants, deeds, bills, accounts, 
wiUs, and estate settlement papers of David Coffield and 
other members of the Carney, Coffield, Bellamy, Whitaker, 
and related families, chiefly in Edgecombe, Nash, and Hali- 
fax counties^ N. C. Includes papers (1789-1817) of David 
Oomeld, collector of revenue and executor of estates for 
Edgecombe Co N C.; papers (1818-25) of his sons. Spier 
W and John W Coffield; letters (1831-35) from Wiison C. 
Whitaker of Enfield, N. C; an account book (1860-61) of 
Whitaker Batchelor & Co., Enfield, N. C; and miscella- 
neous Bellamy family papers (1835-1920). 
Unpublished description in the library 
Gift of Mrs. J. D. Hall, 1955-57, and' others. 

Cohen, Miriam Grata Moses. ^ 8 *~ 466 

Correspondence, 1824-64. 341 items. 
In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2639) 

T Y**' ?L S ^° n 9° hen ' of Charleston and Savannah. 
^"fMi 837-62 ) to *"■ Cohen from her aunt, Rebecca 
Grata (1781-1869) of Philadelphia, relating to'soS 
Jews jsocial and cultural events in Philadelphia and 
Charleston, and members of the family; letters (1842-53) 
from Grace Aguilar, British Hebrew author; letters from 
iZ^ -*? C ° hen ' wllile ** was at *» Georgia Military 
1 fifi^^ ^ ^W^' an <i »t &* University of Virginia^ 
1860-S4; and commissions (1832-62) of Solomon Cohen, 
to practice law. ^ 

Unpublished description in the library 
Gift of Miriam and Ophelia Dent, 1943. 



Colefamfly. MS6 ^ i67 

Papers, 1707-1914. 2000 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (163) 

Business, legal, personal, and family papers of several 
generations of the Cole family of New Bern, N. C. includ- 
ing the papers of James C. Cole (d. 1864), his wife, Mary 
Catharine Cole (1799-1862), and their three daughterfand 
two sons. Also the papers (1878-1914) of their grandson, 
James Cole Taylor (b. 1855), surveyor, chemist, S 
gist, railroad superintendent, and banker; and other mem- 
bers of the Taylor family of Ne,w Bern, N. C. Includes 
letters (1830-60) to relatives on an Alabama plantation: 
overseers' letters from Tennessee plantations; Cole and Tay- 
lor account books kept in New Bern, N. C. ; and Chapel Hill, 
N. C. weather records (1890-1904) kept by Miss MaW 
Catharine Cole (d. 1909). ^ 

Unpublished description in the library. 

■'■■■> ^ 2 f ^ Jame s Vernon, before 1940; and Frederick 
±C xsoyd, 1962. 



r> n. - - t .. » . - MS 64-468 

Colnoun, John Ewing, 1750-1802. 

Papers, 1774-1850. 250 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (130) 

Lawyer, planter, legislator, and U. S. Senator from South i 
Vo^Sr 11 ^ „ Pkntation 5 kgal, and business papers (1785- 
1802) of Colhoun, including letters from John Christian 
Greninger and John Couturier relating to rice and indigo 
on his plantation, St Stephens, Santee, S. C; correspond- 
ence after his death, of his wife, Floride (Bonneau) Col- 
houn and his sons, John Ewing Colhoun and James Edward 
Colhoun; plantation journal (1830, 1832-33) from Midway 
Plantation; deeds; and indentures. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Purchase, before 1940; and gift of Mrs. Mary C. Steven- 
son, 1961. 

MS 64-469 
Connor, Henry Groves, 1852-1924. 

Papers, 1744-1924. lift 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (175) 

In part, transcripts. 

Lawyer, legislator, and Judge, of North Carolina. Copies 
^ftoncal documents (1744-1854), and later papers (1860- 
1924) include legal papers, family letters, and correspond- 
ence relating to politics, legal history, and biographies of 
leading lawyers and judges. Includes account books, jour- 
nals, legal notes, and scrapbooks. Connor's son, Bobert 
Digges Wimberly Connor (1878-1950), historian and ar- 
chivist is also represented in the collection. 

Unpubl ished description in the library. 

Gift of the Connor family, 1950. 

s<_ ™. 1 x MS 64-470 

Coon, Charles Lee, 1868-1927. 

Papei-s. 1695-1927. 4 ft 

Li University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (177) 

In part, transcripts. 

Educator, of North Carolina. Notes and extracts of his- 
torical material (1695-1900) chiefly copied from the Colo- 
nial and State records of North Carolina, pertaining to 
Coons interest in the educational history of North Caro- 
lina; copies of letters written to Calvin Henderson Wiley 
while he was superintendent of common schools in North 
Carolina, 1853-65; and papers (1900-27) pertaining to edu- 
cation m Wilson Co., N. C, chiefly while Coon was super- 
intendent of education, 1913-17. Includes scrapbooks and 
daybooks. 

Unpublished description in the library. 
Gift of Mrs. Coon before 1940, and 1950. 

MS64-471 
Cornish, John Hamilton. 

Papers, 1833-78. 77 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1461) 

Episcopal minister, of Aiken, S. C. Papers, diaries, panv# 
phlets, and dippings relating to Cornish's student days at 
Washington College in Connecticut and during his service as 
clergyman in Aiken, S. C. Includes a Register of colored 
people connected with th& Church of Messiah, North Santee. 
S-G, Jan. 1,1843. "-»»-», oantee, 

Unpublished description in the library. 
Gift of Joseph Jenkins Cornish, 1948, and Mrs. Georce 
Cullen Battle, 1956. 



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MS64-472 
Gotten family. 

Papers, 1892-1958. ca. 1000 items. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3589 and 2613) 

Chiefly family correspondence of Robert Randolph Cot- 
ten; his wife, Sallie (Southall) Cotten (1846-1929) ; their 
sons and daughters, Elba (Cotten) Wesson, Sallie (Cotten) 
Wiggin, Lyman Atkinson Cotten, and Brace Cotten; and 
their grandchildren. Includes letters (1902-29') of Mrs. 
Cotten as a leader of the Federation of Women's Clubs and 
other -women's organizations in North Carolina, and as a 
collector of items dealing with Virginia Dare and Roanoke 
Island and the Cotten family; reminiscences (1913-16) of 
Sallie (Southall) Cotten; and scrapbooks containing clip- 
pings and items relating to women's organizations and to the 
World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago,- 1893. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Bruce Cotten, Mrs. Russell B. Wiggin, Mrs. Doug- 
las B. Wesson, and Mrs. Lyman A Cotten, 1942, 1948, and 



_ T „ MS 64-473 

Cox, James W 

Papers, 1741-1889. 225 items. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3653) 

Businessman and. politician of Kinston and Goldsboro, 
N. C. Financial and legal papers (1829-69) of Cox, and 
correspondence and records of local officials in Wayne and 
Lenoir Counties, N. C. Includes accounts for school dis- 
tricts, and of wholesale purchases and retail sales. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Dr. Talbot F. Parker, Jr., 1963. 



/<_ ,.* -, MS64-474 

Creagh family. 

Papers, 1840-1904. ca. 85 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1898) 

Personal correspondence of Mrs. William H. Ketchum, 
widow of Alexander M. Creagh, and her daughters; papers 
relating to the estate of Mr. Creagh; letters to his wife from 
W. H. Ketchum, major, C. S. A. while serving in Mississippi 
during the Civil War, and post-war letters to his family 
when they lived in Paris. Contains other family letters 
from New York, New Orleans, and Saratoga. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Edmund F. Cook, 195L 



#*_ ™. MS64-475 

Cropper, Thomas Bayiie, d. 1855. 
Papers, 1832-79. 196 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2228 and 2201) 
Captain of packet ships. Letters (chiefly 1832-48) writ- 
m± ten to Cropper containing orders for goods, or from rela- 
W fares and friends in Brommond Town, Accomack Co Va^ 
and Phikdelphia, Pa. ; letters (1833-41) to his wife, Rosina 
(Mix) Cropper in New York before their marriage, chiefly 
from her cousin, John Burbidge, merchant of Columbia, 
S. C; and letters, mostly to Mrs. Cropper from relatives 
after Cropper joined the gold rush. 
Unpublished description in the library. 
Gift of Mrs. Elizabeth H. Martin, 1940. 



„_ MS 64-476 

Cunningham, Sumner Archibald, 1843-1913. 

Papers, 1891-1945. 77 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3257) 

Journalist. Papers (1891-1909) relating to the contents 
and circulation of the Confederate veteran, of which Cun- 
ningham was editor; veterans' affairs in general; and liti- 
gation over the management of the Confederate Memorial 
Association. Includes correspondence (1924-45) of Edith 
D. Pope, who took over editorship of the Confederate vet- 
eran after Cunningham's death. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Purchase, 1956. 



MS 64-477 
Curtis, Moses Ashley, 1808-1872. 

Papers. 1825-1929. 2500 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (199) 

Botanist and Episcopal clergyman of Society Hill, S. C, 
and Hillsboro, N. C. Personal and professional correspond- 
ence, scientific journals, personal diaries, notebooks, cash 
accounts, MS. music for church services, and sermons of 
Curtis and his family. Papers through 1856 are mostly 
personal letters written by Curtis and members of the de 
Rosset family of Wilmington, N. C., and elsewhere, to Cur- 
tis' wife, Mary Jane (de Rosset) Curtis ; and from members 
of the Curtis family in Massachusetts. Botanical corre- 
spondence (1857-72) includes letters from Henry William 
Ravenel and Asa Gray. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Curtis Bynum, 1936, 1942, 1949, 1957, and 1962. 



MS 64-478 
Davidson family. 

Papers. 1813-1937. 72 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (204) 

Family and business correspondence (qhiefly 1835-56), 
ledgers and family business records (1813r-74), account 
books, and daybooks of the Davidson family of Mecklen- 
burg Co., N. C, who lived at Rural Hill Plantation, 1833- 
90; Ingleside Plantation, 1867-75; and Dixon Plantation, 
Gaston Co., N. C, 1872-93. Correspondents include Adam 
Brevard Davidson (1808-1896) ; his wife, Mary Laura 
(Springs) Davidson of York Co., S. C; her father, John 
Springs; John M. W. Davidson, physician; Robert H. M. 
Davidson, lawyer; William S. M. Davidson; and members 
of the family in Florida. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of CoL E. L Baxter Davidson and his estate, 1937-58. 



MS 64-479 
Davis, Ettas. 

Letters, 1858-64. 85 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2496) 

Confederate Army officer and physician. Civil War let- 
ters from Davis, of Company B, 8th Alabama Regiment, 
C. S. .A, from camps in Virginia to his wife, Georgia, and 
other members of his family, relating to camp life, maneu- 
vers, lists of Alabama casualties, and general gossip and 
criticism. Includes pre-war bills. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Acquired, 1942. 



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Devereux,JohnG MS6 ^ 180 

Papers, 1791-1890. 200 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2149) 

Confederate Army officer and banker, of New Orleans, 
Ia. Military, business, and legal papers and letters relating 
to Louisiana and Mississippi troops during the Civil War- 
the career of Maj. Gen. Martin Lather Smith (1819-1866) • 
and Devereux's postwar positions as cashier of the Southern 
Bank m 1869, and administrator of Charity Hospital, New 
Orleans, La. Includes merchandising account books (1832- 
lh ^TE^S? 5 eprrise books, shippers' register of Wex- 
ford and Dublin, Ire., and a sheriff's fee book (1819-31} 
Point Coupee, La. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Joseph T. Devereux. 



-„.., „ „ MS 64-481 

DeWitt, Marcos B 

Papers, 1846-98. 145 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3215) 

Cumberland Presbyterian clergyman. Theological essays, 
articles on Cumberland Presbyterian Church matters, re- 
views, and clippings. Includes letters to DeWitt as a stu- 
dent at Cumberland University, Lebanon, Tenn., 1851-53 

from members of his family at Marion and Searcy, Ark. ' 
Unpublished description in the library. 
Purchases, 1956, 1957. 



Dickson famfly. MS&4hJ82 

Papers, 1802-1914. 190 items 

Li University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1528) utuotn xiis- 

JfTT^'S o^ 7 m9 ~ 77 ' of <*» Charleston, S. C, 
S^^r^T?- C.'. membe « of the family^cludi 
■iSSLfT **"■•■*%*** (1795-1847), Congregational 
mmister, teacher, and physician in Asherilfetolis son, 

■ '£»! Dl ^ S ° n ^ 1825) wMe ^ was a ■*■** » Ten- 
S-ll^V^ fTOm D , r - Swnuel Henl 7 Dickson 
£7^ t ■9 h S' 1 ?S£- to relatives " North Carolina; 

EZgSdS 11 ;* ***** » Charieston to * •*-' 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift and deposit of Mrs. George K. Taylor, 1948. 



Dillon family. MS 64-483 

Papers, 1805-1912. ca. 200 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1668) uuemxus- 
i ^"^Poadence (1866-1910) of Mrs. Frances (Polk) Dil- 
££^'i 9 n ) f h ^?2 kldrtiw ' inM » n y<^ Tent 2d 
art aSSS^* "* 1 ^ W % d Dmon ^ 1897 > «* B °te °urt 

Pott and Dillon families. Includes letters of Edward Dillon 
to his mo&er while he was in the U. S. Army anl^cZ 

£»i^ d T^°L ( d^ w7) ' Jo ^ ^" 

Unpublished description in the library 
Gift of Mrs. Robert S. Spihnan, 1950." 



MS64-484 
Dimon, Charles Augustus Ropes, b. ca. 1841. 

Papers, 1861-65. 95 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3459) ^ 

Union Army officer. Letters written by Dimon from* 
Massachusetts, Maryland, and Louisiana, to his family and 
fiancee; letters he received from friends; and official mili- 
tary papers. 

Unpublished description in the library. 
. Purchase, 1960. 

,»_. „ MS 64-485 

Dixon, Harry St John, 1843-1898. 

Papers, 1855-1904. 249 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2375) 

Lawyer and Confederate soldier. Letters (1860-61) about 
life at the University of Virginia and national politics; war 
letters of Henry Ewing and Dixon while he was a member 
of General French's staff and of the 11th Mississippi In- 
fantry; correspondence (1868-69) with Duff Green; corre- 
spondence with his wife, Constance (Maynard) Dixon and 
other family members; and journals kept in Washington 
Co., Miss.; at the University of Virginia; and during war 
years. 

Unpublished description in the library. 
Gift of Mrs. A F. Chambers, 1941. 

_ MS 64-486 

Douglas, William Kirtland, 1830-1898. 

Papers, 1831-98. ca. 400 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1918, M-1918) 

In part, microfilm. . ^ 

Episcopal minister in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Ten* 
nessee, educator, and editor. Family and personal corre- 
spondence of Douglas and his wife, Sarah L. (Tucker) 
Douglas, to correspondents in Connecticut, New Jersey, 
Louisiana, Kentucky, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Illinois' 
relating chiefly to Episcopal Church work. Correspondents 
include William Mercer Green, Oscar Kibbe, and Leonidas 
Polk. 

Unpublished description in the library. 
Acquired, 1951. 

MS 64-487 
Drane, Robert Brent, 1851-1939. 

Papers. 1718-1935. 164 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2987) 

Episcopal minister, of Edenton, N. C. Correspondence, 
deeds, receipts, and subscriptions, chiefly relating to St. 
Paul's Church, Edenton. the Edenton Academy; and dioc- 
esan history, especially of the Colonial period. Correspond- 
ents include Bishop Joseph Blount Cheshire. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Drane's children, 1954. 

iv_ i. „ , -^ MS 64-488 

Durham, Carl Thomas, 1892- ^ 

Papers, 1939-58. ca. 60,000 items. W 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3507) 

U. S. Representative from North Carolina. Office files 
of Durham as a member of the U. S. House of Representa- 
tives, consisting chiefly of correspondence between him and 
his constituents. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Durham, 1960. 



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MS64-489 
Eggleston family. 

Papers, 1825-1905. 182 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2614) 

Family correspondence (1844-99) of Elizabeth F. (Gil- 
dart) Eggleston, wife of Richard Hardaway Eggleston of 
Wilkinson Co., Miss., and her daughter, Mahala P. H. (Eg- 
gleston) Boach, wife of James Boach of the banking house 
of Wirt Adams & Company, Vicksburg, Miss.; diaries 
(1853-1905) of Mahala Boach; a diary and farm journal 
(1830) of Dick Eggleston who managed a cotton plantation 
in Wilkinson Co., Miss.; and commonplace books, scrap- 
books, and autograph books (1836-67). 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gifts of Mrs. Walter Richardson, Dick Eggleston Boach, 
and James P. Boach, 1941. 

MS 64-490 
Effiott, John Barnwell, 1841-1921. 

Papers, 1820-98. 100 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2510) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten), and microfilm of one 
volume lent by Mrs. Robert Hill Kean in 1957. 

Confederate Army officer and professor of chemistry at 
the University of the South. Letters (1861-85) from Elliott, 
son of Bishop Stephen Elliott to his brother, Habersham 
Elliott, and other members of his family from camps in 
South Carolina and Georgia during the Civil War, and from 
the University of the South at Sewanee after the war; 
microfilm of a memoir of Mrs. Joseph Allston Huger (Mary 
Esther Huger), daughter of Francis Kinloch Huger (1773- 
1855) ; and a letter (1898) from Dr. William Porcher Du- 
Bose (1836-1918) to Mrs. Huger. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Charlotte Elliott, 1942, 1946, and 1949. 

MS 64-491 
Emmett, Burton, 1871-1935. 

Papers, 1888-1939. ca. 250 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3418) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Business and private collector. Correspondence relating 
to Emmett's collection of woodcuts, prints, and engravings, 
and to .his work as President of the American Institute of 
Graphic Arts; correspondence (1902, 1930-36, 1939) for the 
purpose of buying authors' literary MSS. and other Ameri- 
cana; typescripts of plays by Lewis Ely, Thornton Wilder, 
and others; typed copies of letters from Ernest Hemingway 
to Ernest Walsh; and MS. of a speech delivered by Sher- 
wood Anderson. Correspondents include Sherwood Ander- 
son, Fitzroy Carrington, Willa Cather, T. M Cleland, 
Timothy Cole, Theodore Dreiser, Porter Garnett, William 
M. Ivins, Herbert Jackson, John Robinson Jeffers, Rockwell 
Kent, Christopher Morley, Eugene O'Neill, Maxfield Parrish, 
Ezra Pound, E. A. Robinson, Bruce Rogers, James Shields, 
Vincent Starrett, Wilbur M. Stone, Booth Tarkington, 
Thornton Wilder, and Owen Wister. 

Unpublished description in the library. 
| Purchase, 1951. 

MS 64-492 
Erwin, George Phifer, 1840-1911. 
Papers, 1779-1915. 830 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (246) 

Legal and business papers, and Civil War letters of 
Erwin, of Morganton, N. C., together with letters (1857-61) 



received from his parents, Edward Jones Erwin (1806- 
1871) and Elizabeth Ann (Phifer) Erwin, (1814-1890), while 
he was a student at Davidson College, N. C. Includes papers 
(1779-1856) of the Erwin family of Burke Co., N. C. and 
their Avery and Morehead connections. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Hamilton Erwin, 1943; Mrs. Edward J. Erwin, 
1957; and Mrs. William E. White, 1943, 1959, and 1960. 



MS64-493 
Espey family. 

Papers, 1861-67. 160 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3349) 

Civil War letters written by James H Espey from Camps 
Harrison and Walker, 1861-62, and by his brother, Joseph S. 
Espey, of Company D, 65th Georgia Volunteer Regiment, in 
Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi, 1862-65, de- 
scribing equipment, health conditions, food, and daily hap- 
penings in camp ; together with letters from their family in 
Floyd Co., Ga., concerning farming, horses, health of family 
and friends, the currency problems in early 1864, and the 
presence of U. S. troops in late 1864 in north Georgia and 
Cherokee Co., Ala., where there were other Espey (Espy) 
relatives. 

Purchase, 1958. 

MS 64-494 
Ferguson, Harley Bascom, 1875- 

Papers, 1892-1941. 4 ft. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2970) 

Army officer, of Waynesville, N. C. Papers, letter books, 
scrapbooks, and photos, paralleling Ferguson's military 
career. Includes official correspondence and reports on the 
engineering projects to which' he was assigned, being fullest 
for the China Relief Expedition (1900-01), the raising of 
the battleship Maine in Havana harbor (1910-12), the work 
of the Mississippi Biver Commission in flood control (1931- 
39) , and work on industrial mobilization in the office of the 
Assistant Secretary of War, Dwight F. Davis (1921-27). 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Gen. Ferguson, 1953. 



MS64-496 
Ficklen, John Rose, 1858-1907. 

Papers, 1882-1942. 270 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (257) 

Lecturer and teacher. Correspondence of Ficklen with 
his professional colleagues; personal and family letters re- 
ceived; and his writings, lectures, and notes. Includes 
papers, beginning in 1888, of his wife, Bessie (Alexander) 
Ficklen (b. 1861), consisting of letters from her father, 
Edward Porter Alexander (1835-1910); correspondence 
about the publication of her husband's work after his death; 
and items relating to her own interest in poetry and art. 

Gift of Mrs. Ficklen, before 1940. 

MS64-496 
Fitzpatrick, Benjamin, 1802-1869. 
Papers, 1819-92. 208 items. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3291) 

Lawyer, planter, U.S. Senator and Governor of Alabama. 
Business, political, and personal papers of Fitzpatrick, 



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Papers, 1819-92. 



Fitzpatrick, Benjamin, 1802-1869. 

(Continued) - 

hfcW W ^° f *" personai lett e« are addressedto 

to^HiSKS J r' wMle h *> *" ***** * 

brother^ I^tkT Ir 8 ^ 9 '. Corespondents include his 

UnpublKhed description in the library, 
uott of Benjamin Fitzpatrick, 1957. 



Franck, Maria (Miller) HOL MS64-*00 

Papers, 1828-79. ca. 226 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1808) *"* 

1f J^ nt ^ f ' Ko ? fll . Caroliaa - Correspondence (chiefly 
1867-71) from relatives and members of the Society of 
Pnends m Guilford Co., N. C. and in Indiana; andSpere 
concenung the property and estate of Samuel Hill (4 1859) 
Mrs. Franck's first husband. ..■""* lu - ±ooa > 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Acquired, 1951. 



Fleming, WilBam 1835-188L MS 64-497 

Papers, 1860-1930. 153 items. 

torfcaFSSn^^ 1 ^^ **""> *«>-~*» 

SLSS^Vn 11 *? ^, & ^«*™»t colonel in the 50th 
B^gment^ of Georgia Volunteers from his father Judse 
Wilham B. Fleming, of Savannah, Ga.; letters f^mJW 

X£5«£* ■ Q * gia (WUliamS) ^"^ - d P-« 
Unpublished description in the library. 
Gift of Georgia Fleming, 1940. 



Force, Peter, 1790-1868, collector ^ 6 *~ 498 

'*£*$£&,$£? ^^ ^^ «"*»^ 

Fore? as^S bT F ° rCe ^ "" "»• WUha * <*««» 
ti'riE iTu °> < *? C «™»K .«» dispute over the authen- 
ticity of the Mecklenburg Co., N. C, declaration of inde- 
pendence ,n 1775, including letters received by the IW 
copies of letters sent, copies of pertinent materials, anda 
scrapbook of related newspaper clippings "*""> an<1 a 
Listed in Calendar of the letters and documents of Peter 
Force on. the Mecklenburg Declaration of mdependenceln 
the LoomisCollection, Washington, D.C. (1940) 
W«f * ^Jham Hmry Hoyt, 1953. Formerly in the col- 
lection of John L Loomis, Washington, D. C. 



Foster family. MS64-499 

Papers of the Foster and Weed families. 91 items. 

J? FnTF^ °?n? 0rth Carolina ^""T. Southern His- 
torical Collection (2783) ■■-"«- 

family correspondence (mostly letters, 1850-67, written 
from Georgia) of the Foster and Weed families of South 
Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky, and 
Florida. Includes letters from Julia McKinne (Foster! 
Weed (1846-1908), wife of the Rev. EdwinG*rl£ w2 
Protestant Episcopal bishop of Florida, and daughter tf 
US Representative Thomas Flournoy Foster and Eliza- 
beth Gardner Foster; Henry G. Weed of Savannah, Ga.: 
toamuel Lumpbn of Americus, Ga.; Anna L. light; and 
1 . G. Foster of Montgomery, Ala. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Margaret Weed, 1944 and 1950. 



Fuller family. MS 64-601 

Papers, 1786-1911. ca. 5000 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (969, 1027, 1394, 1573, and 3621) 

k^TJf " nd P °?° n ^ COTTes P°adence, account books, 
household expense books, travel accounts (1810-55) and 
writings of the members of the Fuller family of Fayetteville, 

i£n"£ Lo ™*™? r ' ^ C - In ^des b^ei letter? 
account books, and receipts of Elijah Fuller (d. 1853), mS 

82) of Bartholomew Fuller (1829-1882), lawyer and editor 
ofFayetteville and Durham, N. C, and employee of the Poet 
Office Deptof the Confederate government at Richmond- 
busmess and personal letters (1829-1901) of his brother 
Thomas C. Fuller (1832-1901) ; and the diary (1851-61)5 
their stepfather, the Rev. Mr. Simeon Colton (1785-1868 . 

Unpublished description in the library 

Gift of Mr* L F. Hill, 1946; Mrs. Samuel Parham, 1945; 

M ^ ffe ,?; UpSOn ' 1947; James Vinson, T949; and - 
Mrs. T. Earl Stewart, 1963. ' 



Gage, James McKJbbin, 1813-1855 MS 64-602 

Papers, 1835-68. 50 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library. Southern His- 
torical Collection (1812) 

Physician, of Union, S. C. Letters received while Gage 
was studying medicme in Paris and Charleston (1835-37) 
and during the years he practiced medicine in Union, S C 
relating to news from South Carolina, Clarksville, Ga., and 
Mobile, Ala.; and containing comments on politics, current 
events, the practice of medicine, horseracing, local amuse- 
ments, and busmess affairs. Correspondents include Robert 
i Gage, James E. Nott, Josiah Clark Not* (1804-1873). and 
B. Frank Patton. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Hardee Johnston, 1951. 



Gaither, Thomas William. 1840-1863 MS 64-608 

Correspondence of Thomas William Gaither and J Bur- 
gess Gaither, 1860-64. 143 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- • 
toncal Collection (3517) ouuuwrn msr v 

Civil War letters of Gaither and his brother, J. Burgess 
Gaither (d. 1864) who served with North Carolina troopShi 
the Confederate Army in Virginia, North Carolina, and 
South Carolina. Includes letters to them from friends and 
relatives in Iredell Co., N. C, describing local events. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Fred B. Bunch, Jr., 1960 and 1961. 



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MS64-504 
Gallagher, Charles K 1833-1898. 

Papers, 1732-1886. 105items. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1569) 

Druggist, of Washington, D. C. and Confederate officer. 
Chiefly Civil War papers relating to Gallagher's enlistment, 
his exchange as a prisoner of war (1862), and his release 
from service because of deafness (1864), together with mili- 
tary communications, passes, orders, receipts, a roster of 
fifty Beaufort Co., N. C. recruits in 1861. and material about 
the personnel of Company E, 4th Regt North Carolina 
Infantry, of which Gallagher was captain, The Reveille, 
a monthly publication by former Confederate soldiers. 
Includes a diary on wines and vines kept during a trip to 
France (1859). 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. J. M Saunders, 1949. 

MS 64-505 
Gaston, James McFadden, 1824-1903. 

Papers, 1852-1945. ca. 400 items and 1 reel of microfilm 
(negative) 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1469, 1470) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Confederate Army surgeon, of Atlanta, Ga. Correspond- 
ence, diaries, notebooks, and other papers relating to Gaston's 
Army service in Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Georgia, where 
he helped establish a hospital at Fort Gaines; and to his 
medical practice and teaching experience in Atlanta, after 
1883. Correspondence is chiefly with his wife, Susan 
(Brumby) Gaston, of South Carolina but includes letters 
(1865-83) to his parents from Brazil Includes a MS. of 
Hunting a home in Brazil; correspondence of his son, James 
McFadden Gaston, Jr., a physician and missionary in China; 
and a biography of Gaston by his son. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

MS 64-506 
Gflmer, Jeremy Francis, 1818-1883. 

Papers, 1839-94. 2 ft 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (276) 

Army engineer and Confederate Army officer. Accounts, 
vouchers, and other records (1851-59) relating to the con- 
struction of U. S. Army fortifications on the Georgia and 
Florida coast; letters (1861-64) from Gilmer to his wife 
Louisa Frederika (Alexander) Gilmer; other Civil War 
papers; and family correspondence, especially with Lawton, 
Alexander, and Porter relatives in Georgia. Includes the 
papers of Louisa Porter Gilmer until her marriage in 1890 
to J. F. Minis. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Mary Haskell Minis before 1940. 

MS64-507 

Gluyas, John, 1796-1858. 

Papers, 1789-1859. 125 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3062) 

Mining engineer, gristmill and land owner, of Wales and 
North Carolina, Correspondence relating to engineering 
| enterprises in Wales, to the Mecklenburg Gold Mining Com- 
' pany, to a gristmill on the Catawba River, and to minin g 
operations at the McCulloch Mine in partnership with Wil- 
liam Treloar; memoranda (1789-1825) concerning property; 
an account of work done oh the Pearcesses engine (1818) 
and a MS. booklet of mathematical tables. Includes a few 
letters to Gluyas' wife Mary and to their sons. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Deposited by Lucy Gluyas, 1961. 



MS 64-508 
Gold, Pleasant Daniel, 1833-1920. 

Papers, 1862-96. ca. 140 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1595) 

Colporteur, war nurse, editor, and Primitive Baptist elder. 
Personal correspondence (chiefly 1863-«5) of Gold and his 
wife, Julia (Pipkin) Gold, of Goldsboro, N. C. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Acquired, 1949. 

MS 64-509 

Gregory family. 

Papers, 1822-1913. 186 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3374) _ 

Business, personal, and family papers (1824-65) of Fran- 
cis Roger Gregory, physician of Mecklenburg Co., Va., and 
Granville Co., N. C, including his letters (1861-65) when 
he was with the 12th North Carolina Troops at Sewells 
Point and Fredericksburg, Va., and letters (1845-50) from 
Amos B. Little, former tutor in the Gregory household, 
from Newport, N. H., and Washington, D. C. Papers 
(1S72-97) are of Gregory's daughter, Martha T. (Gregory) 
Ferebee and her husband, Nelson McPherson Ferebee 
(1849-1917), physician in the U. S. Navy, and include let- 
ters written by Ferebee to his wife in Oxford, N. C, when 
he was stationed at Hong Kong, in Uruguay, at Atlanta, 
and on board the U. S. S. Indiana during the Spanish 
American War. Includes a diary (1856), ship's and fleet's 
logs (1898), and family correspondence of the. Howard and 
McPherson families of North Carolina. 

Unpublished description in the library. The letters from 
\mos B. Little to Dr. F. R. Gregory were edited by James 
W Patton and published as "New England tutors in Gran- 
ville County, North Carolina, 1845-1850," in the North 
Carolina historical review, xxxvn (October, 1960), p. 544- 

567. 

Gift of the Howard family of Tarboro, N. C, 1958. 

MS 64-510 

Grundy, Felix, 1777-1840. 

Papers, 1807-89. 69 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (294 and 2026) 

Lawyer, jurist, and politician. Political correspondence 
(chiefly 1824-40) relating mostly to national issues, written 
while Grundy was a lawyer in Nashville, Tenn., a member 
of the Tennessee Legislature, U. S. Senator, and U. S. At- 
torney General. Includes miscellaneous papers of Grundy's 
grandsons, Randal W. McGavock and Jacob M. Dickinson, 
and a typed sketch of a biography of Grundy. Correspond- 
ents include George M Bibb, John C. Calhoun, Henry Clay, 
William H. Crawford, John H. Eaton, John Forsyth, Duff 
Green, Andrew Jackson, Richard M. Johnson of Kentucky, 
John McLean (1785-1861), A. O. P. Nicholson,James K. 
Polk, Joseph Story, Martin Van Buren, and Levi Woodbury. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Acquired, 1938. 

MS64-511 

Guthrie, James, 1792-1869. 

Letters, 1857-62. 53 items. ^ ■ _. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1540) . 

Secretary of the Navy, president of the Louisville ana 
Nashville Railroad, and U S. Senator from Kentucky. Let- 
ters, written after his resignation from President Pierces 
cabinet, to Peter G. Washington, former Assistant Secretary 
of the Treasury relating to railroad, national and local polit- 
ical affairs, chiefly during the Lincoln-Douglas campaign. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Rex Corbin Maupin, 1948. 



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Gwyn family. MS 64-512 

Papers, 1779-1938. 720 items. 

£2$S&?lgt ^^ Uhnxy ' SwrtW ms - 

Correspondence, ^diaries, plantation records, account 

iZL^TV" ^"P*** ** gnmte, and^urt^m"- 
monses of the Gwyn family of Green Hill Plantation/which 

are references to property, politics, the Civil War Salem 
Academy, William Bingham's School in North rkroK™ 
and Emory aad Henry College in V^ni ^^ 

r?E ^t** i^Ption in the library. 

Orift of Mr. Felix Hickerson, 1939-6L 

Hall, Eli West, 1827-1865? MS 64-513 

Papers, 1841-94. 68 items. 

torfcaSSn^Sf 1 *"** """* ^^ =- 
/^"EX" and North Carolina State senator Letters 
(184W0) wntten by Hall from Fayettevfle, cLpeTH^ 

^ S b T' £' ,?• ^ * was a studentflette^ (££ 
58) written by Hall and his wife, Margaret /l)manl SMI 
*om Wilmington, N. C. to hisbrothe^ilS^hc w£ 
Smm? ST '■* ^Y *'- otters (1860-61) written 
cTvJwJfr 6 W& L a SUt t Senator ' lette « ^ring the 

Unpublished description in the library 
Acquired, 1942. 

Halsey, Edwin L MS 64-514 

Papers, 1862-S9. 202 items. 

In part, microfilm. 

lery, including Civil War orders, accounts ofnav a^d ^5! 
mmtTt ^ ° f h °^ - d ^pA anTle^ofa 

Unpublished description in the library. 
^Gift of LeBoy Halsey, 1942; and ]£ Stephen Thomas, 

Hamilton, Charles Eaton, 1816-1855 ^ W " 515 

Papers, 1800-69. 800 items. 

*££ <&&?$!* ^^ Lib ^ Southern His- 
Planter, of Granville Co N C P.miw j v • 

burg, Va.; family correspondence amonir his kin and rtS 
connects, including letters from cit?^ 
Virgmia; and a plantation record (1837) from MississiDDi 
Includes business papers .** account books (iSSSfrf 
John H and Wilham C. Bullock, WilliamsboroN C 

lock, Coleman^ Tarry and Watkins families. 
PiT^I d * cn Pti<» ^ the library. 
Gift of Walter and John Bullock, before 1940 



Hamflton, James, 1786-1857. MS 64-616 

Papers, 1781-1944. ca. 2 ft and 13 ft of microfilm. 
In University of North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1489, M-2346) *"* 
In part, transcripts and photocopies. j 

J™^?" 01 ^ 1 !« is,ato T ■■»« Governor, U. & Bepresent- * 
ative, and commissioner of the Bepublic of Texas/Corre- 
jjP°ndenc£ of Hamilton and his family; and M SS. of Samuel 
Hamilton! mdlld,n « a b "*»Pnieal sketch of James 

Unpublished description in the library 

Lent for filming by Herman P. Hamilton, 1941, and rift 
of J. G. de Boulhac Hamilton, 1948. *^ 

Hamilton family. MS Wr * 17 

(negS) m ^ m - 10 ° iten,S -d 7 reels of microfilm 

tortTSS (MnT 11 ^^ M " ,y ' S " fl -» HiS - 
Indentures, business papers, personal and family letters 

NoS ^Lr 0hn 1 W° B ( 1764 - 18 22), solicitor o/easS 
North Carolina and his son, Wilham S. Hamilton (b 1*89? 
soldier, planter and politician who settled in Louisiana.' 

cS£^£fi5T" "* papers (182 ^ 70) ot John 

Unpublished description in the library. 
Gift of Mrs. George M Lester. 

Hamilton family. MS 64-518 

373 item! ° f ' <h * Hamilt0n and Mor S an families, 1775-1857. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (303) j, ""uuiem xiis- 

Hamilton family papers (1775-1857) and Morgan familv * 

oXTand 2:f } SS"* "T^ ^^ ordeTreSS 
bills, land plats and deeds, and estate accounts of Joseph D 

Hamilton of Logan Co, Ky, his wife, Sally B. (Morgan) 

Hamihon, and her father, Col. Abrahai Morgan of fiS 

•nlle, Ky, and Shepherdstown, Va. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Samuel H. Orr, 1939-48. 

Harding, William Gfles, 1806-1886. MS 64-519 

Papers, 1819-89. 500 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (309) ™^ 
Planter, breeder, and Confederate Army officer, of Ten- 

S^i^SwP^fe^^^ 8 Plaatation ™»**> 

TOnkA /wV^^r?* Harding; Papers of his wife, 
Ehzabeth (McGavock) Harding; their daughter, Selene 

{JS g i ^ Cfa ° n '^ fe ° f WiUiam Hicks Jackson (1835- 
1903); and Howell Edmunds Jackson (1832-18»5), U S 
Senator from Tennessee, Associate Justice of the U S 

^Kli W , J Mui . te ? ther of WiUkm Hicks Jackson! 
Unpubhshed descripdon in the library ^^ 

^5^ K a Buckner . !•«; and Mrs. Hill Mc- 

Harperfanuly. MS6«20 % 

Papers, 1838-1921. ca. 9 ft. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (313,2776,2908) ■ " 

Business records, diaries, ledgers, daybooks, and other 
papers of a Caldwell Co, N. C. family including James 

(1819-1890), of Patterson, and his son George Washington 



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Harper family. Papers, 1838-1921. (Continued) 

Finley Harper (1834-1921), of Lenoir, operators of a gen- 
eral store. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Deposited by George H. Bernhardt and John C. Bern- 
V hardt, 1936, 1946; gift of J. Lenoir Cilley, 1944, and George 
BL Harper, 1952. 

MS 64-621 
Harrington, Henry William, 1748M809. 

Papers, 1775-1864. 71 items. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (314) 

In part, transcripts. 

North Carolina State senator, South Carolina Militia 
officer, and landowner. Personal correspondence and mili- 
tary papers, together -with a copy of a diary (1826-64) of 
Henry William Harrington, Jr. (b. 1793) of Richmond Co., 
N. C, containing scattered entries dealing with daily and 
plantation business, social activities, and travel accounts. 
Correspondents include John Auld, Horatio Gates, Charles 
W. Goldsborbugh, William Barry Grove, Paul Hamilton, 
John Henry, A. M. Hooper, Charles Cotesworth Pinckney, 
and B.W. Williams. 

Unpublished description in the library. Some of the 
letters are published in the James Sprunt historical publica- 
tions, xni. No. 2 ( 1914) , p. 10-62. 

Acquired, 1935-58. 

MS64-522 
Harrison, James Thomas, 1811-1879. 
Papers, 1770-1878. 181 items. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2441) 
^ Lawyer, and member of the Confederate Congress. Legal 
ff and financial papers (1770-1824) to persons in Anson and 
Richmond counties, N. C.; letters (1834-38) from Harrison 
in South Carolina and his brother, Isham, in Mississippi dis- 
cussing land speculation, the sale of slaves by rice planters 
in South Carolina, and the annexation of Texas; letters 
(1845-60) from Harrison to his wife, Regina (Blewett) 
Harrison, describing his travels in South Carolina, Canada, 
Mississippi, Alabama, and Louisiana; and Harrison's letters 
(1860-65) containing descriptions of proceedings of the 
Confederate government and personal observations of hap- 
penings in Montgomery, Ala. 
Unpublished description in the library. 
Gift of Blewett Lee, 1941. 

MS 64-523 
Harrisse, Henry, 1829-1910. 

Papers, 1855-1910. 276 items. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3518) 

French bibliographer, historian, and lawyer. Papers con- 
sist of letters received by Harrisse concerning his research 
and writings; papers received for his scholarly work; his 
credentials as a lawyer in America; his will; bibliographies 
and translations of Descartes and Harrisse's writings about 
him; and a typewritten copy of Harrisse's literary auto- 
biography (87 p.) with holograph notes and corrections. 
^T he correspondence, mostly after 1892, is from Edward G. 
WBourne; Alfred Carder; A. Claudin; Ian Douglas; Wilber- 
force Eames; Arthur T. Hadley; John Johnson; Adolph 
Erik Nordehskiold; Comelie (Scheffer) Renan, wife of 
Ernest Renan; their daughter; Benjamin Franklin Stevens; 
Anson Phelps Stokes, Jr.; John Boyd Thatcher; Henry 
Vignaud; and others. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Bartus Trew and Albert Ulman Walter, 1959. 



MS 64-524 
Hentz family. 

Papers, 1816-1918. 173 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (332) 

In part, microfilm of originals lent for filming by Mrs. 
Cecil Rhyne, 1950. 

Personal correspondence and diaries of Nicholas Mar- 
cellus Hentz (1796-1856), linguist, teacher, and biologist; 
his wife Caroline Lee (Whiting) Hentz (1800-1856), novel- 
ist, and their children: Charles Arnold Hentz (b. 1827), 
doctor, scientist, and agriculturist of Florida; Thaddeus Wil- 
liam Hentz, dentist; and Julia Louisa (Hentz) Keyes, wife 
of Dr. John W. Keyes. Over half of the items are clippings 
and drawings by N. M. Hentz. Includes a Confederate 
soldier's journal. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gifts of Dr. William B. Hentz, Mrs. G. N. Hatch, Mrs. 
William A. Sturgis, and Mrs. F. S. Crocker, 1940-62. 

MS 64-526 
Hillhouse family. 

Papers, 1775-1923. ca. 900 items. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (11) 

Letters received by the Porter family of Hadley, Mass* 
from Hillhouse relatives in Georgia; business papers of 
David P. Hillhouse, son of David Hillhouse (1756-1804) 
and Sarah (Porter) Hillhouse; family correspondence ; 
travel diary (1826-27) ; plantation inventory; and papers 
(1874-1923) of Margaret P. Hillhouse including correspond- 
ence and data compiled about family history. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gifts of descendants. 

MS 64-526 
Hooper family. 

Papers, 1778-1911. ca. 700 items. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (835) 

Correspondence of John De Berniere Hooper (1811-1886) , 
of North Carolina, son of Archibald Maclaine Hooper and 
Charlotte (De Berniere) Hooper; and his wife, Mary Eliza- 
beth Hooper, daughter of William Hooper (1792-1876). 
with their parents. Includes letters from George D. Hooper 
in Alabama, other relatives, and friends; and papers (after 
1885) of Mrs. Spier Whitaker (Frances De Berniere Hooper) 
relating to family history. 

Gift of Bessie L Whitaker, 1943-46. 

MS64-627 
Hughes family. 

Papers. 1790-1910. 410 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2779) 

Correspondence, miscellaneous account books, personal 
notebooks, sermons, clippings, deeds, wills, and bills (chiefly 
1820-67) of the members of the Hughes family and relatives 
in South Carolina, Georgia, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Ire- 
land. Papers are primarily about the family of John H. 
Hughes of Cedar Grove, Edgefield, S. C, inolnding his sis- 
ter, Sophia (Mrs. Charles) Hunt of WoodviDe, Miss, and, 
during the Civil War, Robert B. Hughes, William B. 
Hughes, Samuel B. Hughes, and friends connected with the 
South Carolina Volunteers in South Carolina, North Caro- 
lina, and Virginia. Includes correspondence (1820-84) 
relating to the cotton interests and social life of the Bones 
family of Augusta, Ga. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Purchase, 1944. 



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w™* * j T MS64-528 

Hunt, Andrew Lucas, 1843-1905. 

Papers, 1863-1908. 170 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3225) 

Union Army officer. Letters of Hunt from Columbus, 
Paducah, and Mayfield, Ky., to his family in Chicago giving 
a detailed account of army life, particularly June-October, 
1864, when the 134th Illinois Regiment was being used for 
manning fortifications, picketing the surrounding territory, 
and attending the headquarters of Brig. Gen. Eleazer A. 
Paine. Postwar letters from Chicago contain business news 
about the hardware trade, building and expansion in the 
city, and rising prices and speculation in hardware. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of the Hunt family, 1956. 



MS 64-529 
Hutson, Charles Woodward, 1840-1936 

Papers, 1765-1941. ca. 2 ft 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (362) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Teacher, and Confederate soldier. Letters (1860-65) 
from camps in Virginia ; letters from friends, relatives, and 
former students; personal accounts; correspondence about 
publication of Hutson's writings; a typed copy (179 p.) of 
his renuniscenes, telling of his early life and college days in 
South Carolina, his Civil War experiences, and his life after 
the war; and typescripts of 12 MSS. of Hutson's writings. 
Also includes typed copies of ca. 40 letters (1765-77) of 
Richard Hutson of Charleston, S. C, to his brother, friends, 
and business associates. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. B. Stanley Nelson and the Hutson 
family, 1936-54. 



r i t .*. - MS 64-530 

Jacocks, Jonathan, 1769-1810. 

Papers, 1794-1892. 83 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (372) 

In part, microfilm. 

Planter and State legislator, of Bertie Co., N. C. Family 
letters, accounts, and receipts of Jacocks and his descendants 
and connections. Includes correspondence of Jonathan T 
Jacocks of Tennessee, Confederate soldier and physician; 
and a diary (1883-86) of Charles W Jacocks, orchardist of 
Orange Co., Fla. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of the Jacocks family, 1940-59. 



t ■» , „ MS 64-531 

James, John C 

Papers, 1851-60. 174 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3209) 

Tobacconist of Axton, Cascade, and Danville, Va. Fam- 
ily letters and business records, including bills, receipts, 
notes, bonds, shipping receipts, letters, and papers relating 
to insurance and banking matters. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Walter Lawson Grant, 1956. 



,, MS64-532 

Johnston, Rofns Zenas, 1874-1959. 

Papers, 1895-1950. 493 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2541) 

Naval officer. Official correspondence, papers, orders, 4 
clippings, and personal letters of Johnston while he served 
on the U. S. S. Oregon and U. S. S. Philadelphia; made a 
cruise around South America; and participated in the battle 
of Santiago de Cuba, in the Philippines during the insurrec- 
tion, and in other campaigns. Includes a letter book (1895- 
1927), records and orders, a log of a diplomatic mission to 
Peru and South America, and correspondence between Con- 
gressman Alfred Lee Bulwinkle and Johnston's sister about 
her accepting a foreign decoration for her brother. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Acquired, 1942, 1952, and 1957. 

ti. * ™. « MS64-538 

Johnston, Thomas M 

Papers, 1839-75. 88 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2489) 

Planter, of Greensboro, Ala. Correspondence and busi- 
ness papers. Includes deeds and tax statements (chiefly 
1846-66), concerning cotton selling, slaves, and Johnston's 
property in Noxubee, Winston, and Kemper counties, Miss., 
and Marengo Co., Ala. ; and letters (1866-68) from D. C. B. 
Connelly at the Stonewall Institute in Alnhftmn about the 
children of R. H McFadden, of whom Johnston was guard- 
ian. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. George H Rowan, 1942. 

MS64-534*r 
Joiner, James Harvey, 1819-1881. 

Papers, 1852-81. ca. 200 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1602) 

Personal and business papers of the editor and publisher 
of the Democratic watchtower in Talladega, Ala. Includes 
records of the purchase of slaves; records of the Talladega 
Home Salt Company; a letter giving information on Gen. 
WDliam T. Sherman's plans and movements in Georgia; the 
parole and oath of Joiner, a corporal in the Talladega County 
Reserves; material on the Talladega Lodge of Masons and 
the Talladega Baptist Church; and records of a grocery 
store. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Miss Enfield Joiner, 1949. 



t „*_ , — MS 64-685 

Jones, Edmund, 1771-1844. 

Papers, 1791-1841. 156 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (386) 

North Carolina State legislator and Militia officer Papers 
(1791-1803) from Wilkes Co., N. C, mduding sheriff's 
receipts, small notebooks for taxlisting and entry-taking, an 
miscellaneous accounts; correspondence (1809-41) of Jonl_ 
and his connections, including Larkdn and William B. Jonas, 
William Lenoir, John Motley Morehead, Samuel F. Patter- 
son, Israel Pickens, and Lewis Willianis, (sencerning current 
events and family and farming matters ; and nine MS. arith- 
metic books. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Lindsay Patterson, 1923 ; George L. Frazier, 
1943 ; and Mary Fries HalL 1958. 



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MS64-536 
Jones, John Beauchamp, 1810-1866. 

Papers, 1794-1866. 184 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2042) 

Author and editor at Baltimore, Md., Washington, D. C, 
and Philadelphia, Pa. Letters from Jones to his family, 
and letters to him from John Tyler and Henry Alexander 
Wise (1806-1876) ; social and family letters received by his 
•wife, Frances T. (Custis) Jones, daughter of Thomas Custis 
and Anne (Parsons) Custis of Drummond Town, Accomack 
Co., Va., from her Custis and Parsons relatives in Accomack 
and Northampton counties and Norfolk, Va^ New Bern, 
N. C, and Wilmington, DeL; and a MS. of an unpublished 
novel (publication rights restricted) intended to be v. 2 of 
Jones' book, Wild Western scenes (1841). 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of J. L. Stephens, Louise Ladd, and Mrs D B Gar- 
stang, 1939. 



*- *. » u . «. - _ MS64-587 

Kate Baldwin Free Kindergarten Association, Saoimnah. 
Records. 1899-1938. ca. 600 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2834) 

Minutes and correspondence of officials of the Association 
and supervisors of the kindergarten; Mrs. Martha G. War- 
ing, Miss Hortense M Orcutt, and Miss Augusta S. Clay, 
relating to the organization, administration and financing 
of the kindergarten established in 1899 by George J. Bald- 
win (1856-1927) and his sisters as a memorial to their 
mother. 

Unpublished description in the library. 
Gift of Mrs. David D. Irwin, 1944. 



*r«_ t ,. „ MS64-538 

Kelly, John, 1744-1826. 

Papers, 1747-1892. ca. 450 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3378) 

Chiefly receipts, together with legal papers, bonds, and 
wills of Kelly, of St Mary's Community, Orange Co., N. C. 
Includes a few letters to members of his family, which in- 
cluded his wife, Mary (Holden) Kelly; and his daughters, 
Keziah, who married Thomas Bain (or Baine) and Eleanor, 
who married Samuel Lockhart 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of David K Lockhart, 1958. 



to- a.- c. MS 64-539 

Kerr, Alice Spencer, 1858-1879. 

Correspondence, 1872-87. 332 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2248) 

Teacher, of North Carolina. Personal letters (chiefly 
1876-79) received by Alice Kerr from friends and relatives 
while she was a student at the Peace Institute, Raleigh, 
N. C, and at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill • 
■ and a teacher at the Winston Academy (1877-78) and at 
.-be Peace Institute (1878). Includes many letters written 
by Mrs. Cornelia Phillips Spencer (1825-1908) during Alice 
Kerr's illness in 1879, giving social news of Chapel TTilT 
N. G; letters (after 1879) addressed to Alice Kerr's sister, 
Lizzie; and a notebook of Alice Kerr while a student at the 
Peace Institute. 

Unpublished description in the library 

Gift ofW. C.Kerr, 1940. 



MS 64-540 
Kimberly, John, d. 1882. 

Papers, 1821-80. ca. 1790 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (398) 

Teacher in Hertford Co., N. C. and professor of chemistry 
at the University of North Carolina. Family correspond- 
ence, lecture notes, laboratory notebooks, and accounts. Con- 
sists mainly of letters written by Kimberly's wife, Bettie 
(Maney) Kimberly, to members of the Maney and Southall 
families in North Carolina, Tennessee, and Georgia; Kim- 
berly's notes on Prof. Jean Louis Rodolphe Agassiz's lec- 
tures; his own teaching notes; and personal and farm ac- 
counts. Correspondents include James H. Otey, Charles 
Phillips, and James Woodrow. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Rebecca Kimberly, before 1940; and Mary Kim- 
berly, 1943 and 1948. 

MS 64-541 
King, Henry Lord Page, d. 1862. 

Papers, 1848-62. 212 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1531) 

Confederate officer, of St. Simons Island, Ga. Letters to 
King during his college days, his early years in a New York 
law office, and in the Confederate Army, from his mother, 
Anna Matilda Page King, and his father, Thomas Butler 
King, written while he was President Taylor's personal ad- 
viser in California and President Fillmore's collector for 
the port of San Francisco ; and fragments (typescript) of a 
Civil War diary (June-Nov. 1862) relating to troop move- 
ments from Williamsburg, Va. into Maryland and referring 
to Generals Daniel Harvey Hill, Thomas Jonathan Jackson, 
J. B. Kershaw, Robert E. Lee, James Longstreet, and La- 
fayette McLaws. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

MS64-542 
Leak family. 

Papers, 1785-1897. ca. 200 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1468) 

Family and business papers, bills, accounts of merchants, 
farming and planting records, of John W. Leak (1816- 
1876), merchant and planter of Richmond Co., N. C-, his 
son-in-law, Henry C. Wall (1841-1899), and other members 
of the family. Includes records of the Rockingham Sabbath 
School and diaries of Fannie (Leak) Wall and Henry C. 
WalL 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Henry C. Wall, Jr., 1948. 

MS64-543 
Le Conte, Joseph, 1823-1901. 

Papers, 1864-97. 95 items. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2564 and 420) 

Geologist, chemist, and professor at the University of 
California at Berkeley. Chiefly letters (1869-97) written 
by Le Conte to his daughter, Emma, wife of Parish C. Fur- 
man of Milledgeville, Ga., relating to scientific matters, his 
teaching, and family matters. Includes some letters (1870- 
94) written to Farish Furman about his agricultural experi- - 
merits in growing cotton, and a diary (1864-65) of Emma 
Le Conte in South Carolina. 

Unpublished description in the library. Emma Le Conte's 
diary was edited by Earl Schenck Miers and published as 
When the world ended: the diary of Emma Le Conte (1957) 

Grift of Mrs. John R. L Smith, 1943; and purchase, 1963. 



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MS 64-544 
Lawton family. 

Papers, 1774-1952. 2 ft. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (414 and 415) 

Largely correspondence among members of three or four 
generations of the Lawton family, together with papers re- 
lating to the professional, military, and political activities of 
Alexander Robert Lawton (1818-1896), Confederate officer, 
lawyer at Savannah, Ga., member of the Georgia Legisla- 
ture, president of the American Bar Association, and U. S. 
Minister to Austria-Hungary. Includes a South Carolina 
diary (1810-40) of Alexander James Lawton (1796-1876) 
of the Beaufort District, S. C; Blacfcswamp Academy 
trustees' records (1818-25) ; and a Vienna letter copybook 
(1887-89). Other names represented include Adam Leopold 
Alexander, Alexander Rudolph Lawton (b. 1858), Sarah 
(Alexander) Lawton, and the Beckwith, (Cunningham, and 
Mackall families. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gifts from the Lawton family, 1939-52. 



MS 64-645 
Lee, Stephen Din, 1833-1908. 

Papers, 1784-1929. 62 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2440) 

Planter, legislator, college president, and Confederate and 
U. S. Army officer. Letters (chiefly 1866-1903) received by 
Lee relating to personal, business, and Confederate affairs; 
a diary (April, 1861) kept when Lee participated in the 
movements leading to the fall of Fort Sumter; and auto- 
graphs and letters (1784-1860) of famous people. Includes 
28 items (1909-29), consisting chiefly of letters to Blewett 
Harrison Lee on legal and personal matters. Correspond- 
ents include P. G. T. Beauregard, Jefferson Davis, Wade 
Hampton, Daniel Harvey Hill, John Bell Hood, Joseph E. 
Johnston, LQ.C. Lamar, Robert E. Lee, James Longstreet, 
and Raphael Semmes. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Blewett Lee, 1941. 



MS 64-546 
Leonard, William S 1794-1825. 

Papers, 1808-29. 161 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3073) 

Educator and merchant, of Bridgewater, Mass. and North 
Carolina. Papers relating to Leonard's activities as a 
schoolteacher and as a storekeeper, with his brother Isam, 
in northeastern North Carolina where they sold New Eng- 
land products and shipped local products to New "En gln^ 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Purchased, 1954-56. 



MS 64-647 
Lewis, Ivey Foreman, 1833-1884. 

Business, records, 1857-1916. 88 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2528) 

Plantation owner, of Hale and Marengo counties, Ala. 
Business and legal papers, lawyers' records (1870-95), and 
account books from seven or more plantations belonging to 
Lewis and his heirs. Includes records of cotton picked, of 
payments to and indebtedness to laborers, and of births and 
deaths of slaves. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Hardee Johnston, 1942. 



MS 64-548 
Lewis, William Gaston, 1835-1901. 

Papers, 1855-1911. 72 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2314) 

Civil engineer, surveyor, and Confederate Army officer, of ' 
Edgecombe Co., N. C. Mostly love letters (1861-65) writ- 
ten by Lewis while he was in the Army to Mittie Pender of 
Tarboro, N. C, whom he married in March, 1864. Includes 
a few family letters and newspaper clippings after the war. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Wade Barrier, 1941. 



MS 64-549 
Lindsay, Robert Goodlow, b. 1816. 
Papers, 1855-1927. 96 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3491) 

Merchant and insurance agent, of Greensboro, N. C. Civil 
War letters to Lindsay from his son, John A. Lindsay, a 
member of the 45th North Carolina Regiment serving in 
North Carolina, Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Florida in 
1862-63, and in Raleigh and Richmond in 1864; correspond- 
ence (1861-65) concerned with trade and finance during 
wartime, the scarcities of certain goods, uncertainty of 
shipments, inflation of currency, and efforts to obtain sup- 
plies for private use as well as for business; and obituary 
notices, clippings, and pictures after 1865 relating to the 
Tate, Humphreys, and Lindsay families, and to the history 
of Mountain Island Mill in Gaston Co., N. C, which was 
established by Thomas Randolph Tate (1808-1871) in 1849. 
Gift of Mrs. John A Tate, 1960. 
Unpublished description in the library. ^ 



MS 64-550 
Linn, Joseph Adolph, 1810-1864. 

Papers, 1839-81. ca. 180 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3163) 

Fanner, bu s in e ssma n, and Lutheran clergyman, of Gold 
Hill, Rowan Co., N. C. Family correspondence, business 
accounts of the tannery and gold mining companies in which 
linn was an associate, papers concerning life insurance poli- 
cies on slaves and containing some references to the Lutheran 
Church, and notes from the Lutheran Theological Seminary, 
Lexington, S. C. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. William H Hobson, 1955. 



MS 64-551 
Logan, Thomas Muldrup, 1840-1914. 

Papers, 1846-1938. 208 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2388) 

Lawyer, businessman, and Confederate Army officer, a^ 
Richmond, Va. Family and business correspondence an^r 
Civil War papers of Logan ; a diary (1857-60) and memoir 
(1890) of his wife Kate Virginia (Cox) Logan; family 
papers (1846-65) of the Cox family of Chesterfield Co., Va. ; 
and letters (1882-92) between Mrs. Logan and her children. 
Includes clippings and biographical data on Logan. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Lily Logan Morrill and Mai. Muldrup Logan 
Morrill, 1941 and 1944. 



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MS 64-552 
London family. 

Papers, 1776-1933. 305 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2442 and M-2446) 

In part, microfilm of material lent by Jack London and 
Mrs. Mary Parke Heym, 1942. 

Personal and business papers of the London family of 
Wilmington, N. C, consisting chiefly of letters (1873-88) 
from John London, lawyer, to his wife, Lucy (Hall) Lon- 
don from Europe, Puerto Rico, and Fort Laramie, Wyo, 
where he lived as a post trader; their correspondence from 
Birmingham, Ala. where they lived later; and his diaries 
(1877 and 1878) of his voyages to Puerto Eico and Eng- 
land. Includes memoirs and a diary (1776) describing a 
trip through England and Scotland of John London (1747- 
1816) ; a diary of Edith Ward London (1881-1933) ; copies 
of letters (1894-95) from J. Carson Breckenridge at St. 
Petersburg, Russia; and scrapbooks. 

Unpublished description in the library. 



MS64-553 
Long, Andrew Theodore, 1866-1946. 

Papers, 1876-1943. ca. 400 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (433) 

Naval officer. Correspondence, telegrams, official orders, 
assignments, commissions, social and personal letters and 
notes, chiefly of the 1920's. Includes Long's memoirs, Sixty 
years around the world; and ca. 100 photos. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Long, 1988-49. 



MS64-554 
Long family. 

Correspondence, 1857-77. 57 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3269) 

Civil War letters, chiefly between April, 1861, and De- 
cember, 1862, exchanged among members of the Long 
family of Alamance Co., N. C., and written from Suffolk, 
Smithfield, and OH Town Point, Va, Raleigh, N. C., and 
Frederick, Md Mostly written by John A., Benjamin N., 
and Jacob Long, in Confederate Army camps in Virginia, 
to their parents, John and Letitia R. Long and other mem- 
bers of the family at home, and concerning food, clothes, 
packages from home, physical ailments and health in gen- 
eral, drilling, preaching, and moving. Includes other 
family correspondence. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. A. A. Riddle, 1957. 



MS 64-555 
Lord family. 

Papers, 17487-1890. 76 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
% toxical Collection (2241) 

Family correspondence, wills, and deeds of the L ordf am- 
ily of Smithville and Wilmington, N. C, including William 
C. Lord; his wife, Eliza (Hill) Lord; their son. Frederick 
James Lord; and daughter, Eliza Jane (Lord) de Rosset 
Includes letters (1885) from Eliza (Hill) Lord to Frederick 
James Lord at the Episcopal School, Raleigh, N. C. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Robert James, 1940. 



MS64-556 
Lowndes, William, 1782-1822. 

Papers, 1754-1941. 353 hems. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2778) 

U. S. Representative from South Carolina. Chiefly let- 
ters (1811-21) written by Lowndes to his wife, Elizabeth 
(Pinckney) Lowndes, in South Carolina, dealing with his 
personal Hfe and political affairs in Washington; D. C; 
together with his political correspondence; papers (1758- 
99) relating to his father, Rawlins Lowndes (1721-1800) 
and consisting chiefly of business correspondence with for- 
eign merchants; a fragment of a diary (1754-55) of Charles 
Lowndes traveling in England; reminiscences of Thomas 
Pinckney Lowndes; and notebooks of Thomas Pinckney 
Lowndes and William Lowndes. Correspondents include 
John Quincy Adams, Joseph Alston, John Armstrong, John 
C. Calhoun, Langdon Cheves, William H. Crawford, Wil- 
liam Drayton, Hamilton Fish, John Forsyth, James Hamil- 
ton, Robert Y. Hayne, Daniel E. Huger, Hugh S. Legare, 
James Monroe, Thomas Pinckney, John Savage, Eldred 
Simkjns, and William Wirt 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of William Lowndes, 1944. 



MS64-557 
Lyk, JohnM 

Papers, 1841-64. ca.300items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1818) 

Physician at Murphy and Franklin, N. C. and member of 
the North Carolina State Legislature. Correspondence with 
friends, relatives, and creditors in Macon and Cherokee 
counties, N. C, and Jefferson Co., Tenn. Includes corre- 
spondence of Lyle's wife, Laura Siler. 

Unpublished description in the library. 



MS64-558 
Macay family. 

Papers, 1746-1918. 320 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (447) 

Correspondence, and legal and fin an ra al papers (1785- 
1820) of Spruce Macay, lawyer and judge of Rowan Co, 
N. O, and his second wife, Elizabeth (Haynes) Macay; his 
son, William Spruce Macay, (covering 1827-56) ; and the 
Macay, McNeely, Hunt, and Edwards families of North 
Carolina. Includes lawyers' account books and general mer- 
chandise account books (1759-1872). 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Acquired, 1939-52. 



MS 64-559 

McBee family. 

Correspondence, 1860-1985. 238 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2263) 

Personal letters of members of the McBee family of Ronda 
and Iincolnton, N. C, including letters from Vardry McBee 
from school in New York in the 1880"s, from Silas McBee 
(1858-1924) after 1910, and from Bp. Joseph Blount Che- 
shire to Mrs. McBee in the 1930's. Includes letters and 
references to Dr. William Haskell DuBose of the University 
of the South. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Purchase, 1940. 



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McDowaD, Susan (Witherspoon) ^ 64 ^ 60 

Papers, 1835-55. 113 items. 

i^SSS&^St Carolina **-"- ***** ms - 

W^° f T J ? ia S D J McI)owalL Chiefly letters to Susan 
W. McDowall in Camden, Charleston, and I Columbia, &C 
from her parents, John Witherspoon, Presbyter^dttgy'- 
man, and Susan D. Witherspoon, of HUfabolro, ™c!T 
(dudes information on church matters, plantation news, 
slavery and family affairs in NortHndSoutii cSLT^ 
Unpublished description in Hie library ^^ 

Yo^, ll^ °- ^ GiladeaU ' 1939; ^ Bessie and Sue 

McDowell, James, 1795-1851. MS 64 ~ 561 

Papers, 1750-1865. ca. 780 items. 

tortJcSSonSr "^ M '~ y ' ***** WS - 

and ^°i * T^^ 1 ^^ S - Representative from Virginia, 
and State legislator. Correspondence, speeches, notesTand 
nusceUaneous papers of McDowell, &g^£2£& 
zation of the Virgima courts, the Virginia educational =vs- 

Unpublished description in the library 

Gift of Mrs. Francis P. Venable and family, ] 938-60. 

McDowell, Silas, 1. 1795. ^ ^^ 

Papers, 1827-85. 105 items. 
_ In Umversity of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection^ 1554) ^^ 
Scientific farmer, of Franklin, Macon Co., N. C Corre- 
spondence and writings of and about McDowell relating 
to his interests in mineralogy, botany, geology, and awW 
Includes his articles on Morganton in the early nineteenth 
century and on Gilkies Mill. Correspondents include Moses 
Ashley Curtis Lyman Draper, Asa Gray, Elisha Mitchell, 
.Uavia ixiwry Swam, and Jarvis Van Buren. 
Unpublished description in the library. 

McDowell, William Wallace, 1824-1893 ^64-563 

Papers, 1772-1893. 181 items. 

f^ YnTl? °? North Carolin * ^rary, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3160) ^^ 

_ In part, microfilm made in 1957 and 1958 of 33 items in 
the possession of Margaret Ligon. 

„* BU IS^T^' 5* Bun ? ombe <*>•> N. C. Papers (primarily 
^\ W» rel ^ mg *° business ' ^ Buncomte Riflemen of 
which McDowell was captain from 1860-62, land, and per- 
sonal matters. Includes account books; fragmentary rec- 
ords of the Bank of Cape Fear, Asheville,N. C; a Texas 
travel diary (1884-85) ; and deeds and plate relating to the 
acquisition of Buncombe Co. lands in the 1820's to l^s 
by James M. Smith, McDowell's father-in-law 
Unpublished description in the library. 
Gift of Margaret Ligon, 1955. 

McElwee family. MS 64-564 

Papers, 1756-1883. 262 items. 

In part, transcripts. 

Family letters, legal and financial papers, dippings, and 

Statesville, N. C. Includes account books, mostly of J. H. 



McElwee, for leather goods, tobacco, and millinir; wills and 
copies of deeds (1756-63) of the Miller, O^SoS S 
Allison famihes of Iredell Co., N. C; bills; and r£££ 
Correspondent indude J. N. McElwee and En^M^sT 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mary McElwee, 1944 

MacNeiH Ben Dixon, 1889-1960. MS 64-665 

Papers, 1937-60. 1036 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3617) •" •"« 

H JlS! 5 **"?? v^ S^f 7 petSODal """spondence 
(1953-60) of MacNeill when he lived at Buxton-on-Hat- 
teras, N. C. Includes letters relating to his writing of The 
Hatterasman (1958), its winning of theMayflower Award in 
■November, 1958, and his health after a confining illness. 
Unpublished description in the library. 
Gift of Dudley W. Bagley, 1963. 

m D «. MS 64-566 

McRae, Duncan Grainger, 1808-1863. 

Papers, 1791-1890. 203 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2459) 

Justice of the peace, of Cumberland Co., N. C, Family 
letters and business papers (chiefly 1819-76) of McRae, 
president of the Fayetteville and Western Railroad and 
agent for McRae steamboats at Wilmington, N, C- and 
newspaper dippings and speeches on early Fayetteville, 
N. C. Correspondents include Duncan Cameron, Weston R. 
Gales, John Graham, William A. Graham, Thomas Ruffin, 
and Robert Strange, Jr. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. John D. Williams, 1942. dfe 

m n •., „ MS64-C67 

AlcKeynolds, Samuel Davis, 1872-1939. 

Papers, 1891-1940. ca. 2 ft 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1309) 

U. S. Representative from Tennessee and judge. Scrap- 
books, clippings, invitations, speeches, and correspondent 
relating to McReynolds' political and judicial career The 
correspondence relates to a cruise to the Orient on the U. S. 
Chaumont (1925), the London Economic Conference (1933) 
the establishment of the Commonwealth of the Philippines 
( 1935 ) , and the illness and death of McReynolds. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. McReynolds, 1947. 

MR 64-568 
Mallett, Charles Beatty, 1816-1873. 

Business records, 1845-68. 191 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3165) 

Cotton manufacturer and businessman, of Fayetteville, 
N. C. Chiefly business papers (1862-67) of the partnership 
of Mallett and James Browne, of Charleston, S. C, received 
by Mallett in Fayetteville, N. C. Relates to arrangemente 
between their firm and the Confederate War Dept's Bij^, 
retiu of Nitre and Mining in Richmond for supplying GovW 
eminent installations and essential industry with coal from 
the Egypt Coal Mine on Deep River, N. C, and for pro- 
curing iron, nails, and other materials. Includes account 
books for the Malletts' Mill (cotton) and the Kerosene Oil 
Works; freight accounts (1867-68) ; and letters describing 
the Federal occupation of Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of C. Beatty Overman, 1955 



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MS 64-569 
Malloy, Frederick Fagg, 1893-1918. 

Letters, 1917-25. ca. 75 items. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (481) 

In part, transcripts. 

World War i soldier. Letters (Sept, 1917-Oct, 1918) 
of 1st Lieutenant Malloy, Cavalry, 32nd Division, A. E. F., 
in France to his mother, Mrs. Theodore F. Malloy in Ashe- 
ville, N. C, describing his experiences as a bayonet instruc- 
tor and 'with troops in Alsace, at Chateau-Thierry, and the 
Argonne. Includes letters of condolence received after his 
death on Oct 22, 1918. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Theodore F. Malloy, 1938-44. 



MS 64-570 
Mangum family. 

Papers, 1777-1923. 2 ft 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (483) 

Political and business correspondence, deeds, diplomas, 
and biographical sketches of Willie Person Mangum (1792- 
1861), judge, U. S. Senator and Representative from North 
Carolina; papers of his daughter Martha; personal cor- 
respondence, sermons, and diary (1852-60) of Mangmn's 
cousin, Adolphus Williamson Mangum (1834-1890), Metho- 
dist minister, Confederate chaplain, and University of North 
Carolina professor; a MS. history of the Mangum family 
(1734-1956) by Ariana Holliday Mangum; and a common- 
place book, account books, notebooks, scrapbooks, clippings, 
photos, speeches, and writings. 

Unpublished description in the library. 
4Qr Gift of the family, 1938-59. 



MS64-*7l 
Martin, Rawley White, 1835-1912. 

Papers, 1851-1927. 158 items. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3401) 

Physician and Confederate Army officer. Mostly corre- 
spondence consisting of letters (1861-65) to Martin from his 
sisters Mollie, Bickie, Bettie, and Mattie in Pittsylvania Ca, 
Va. ; and letters written by Martin describing the movements 
of his company in the 53d Regiment of Virginia Volunteers 
during May-June, 1862, and his situation in the U. S. Gen- 
eral Hospital in 1863, after he was wounded and captured at 
the Battle of Gettysburg. Postwar items include accounts; 
letters to Martin from William G. Jeffries of DunnsviHe, 
Esses Co., Va., about amusements and mutual friends; and 
tributes to Martin after his death. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Z. C. Hubay (Flora Martin), 1958. 



fgfartin, William Francis, d. 1880. 

~- Papers, 1791-1887. 1885 items. 



MS 64-572 



In University of North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (493) 

Lawyer and Confederate Army officer, of Elizabeth City, 
N. C. Correspondence and business papers, including ac- 
counts, attorney's fees, notebooks, general merchandise 
ledgers, deeds, plats, bills, and receipts (1791-1884), chiefly 
of Martin and his brother, James G. Martin, adjutant general 



of North Carolina and Confederate brigadier general ; letters 
and plans including correspondence of their agent, Gilbert 
Elliott, with Stephen R. Mallory, concerning the building of 
ships for the Confederate Government; journals and ac- 
counts of the schooners Bancroft (1852-53, 1856-66) and 
Ella (1865-67) ; and an order book (1872-75, 1877-79) of 
the U.S. Revenue sloop Savflle. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of the Martin family, 1940. 



MS 64-573 
Martin family. 

Papers, 1812-1942. ca. 425 items. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1549) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Family, war, and business correspondence of James Green 
Martin (1819-1878), Confederate officer from North Caro- 
lina; his son Judge William Bruce Martin (1846-1921) ; his 
wife Elizabeth M. (Starke) Martin ; and her parents Lucien 
Douglas Starke (1826-1902) and Elizabeth F. (Marchant) 
Starke. Includes a journal of a northern visit (1826-31), an 
autobiography of Lucien Douglas Starke, and genealogical 
material. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Marianne Martin, 1948. 



MS64-574 
Meade family. 

Papers, 1796-1900. 553 items. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (642) 

Family correspondence of Charlotte (Meade) Ruffin; her 
brother, John E. Meade of Petersburg, Va.; and her hus- 
band, Julian Ruffin of "Ruthven," son of Edmund Ruffin of 
"Marlbourne"; relating to conditions in Virginia before, 
during, and after the Civil War. Includes a child's scrap- 
book (ca. 1860-66). 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Jane Ruffin, 1935 and 1944. 



MS 64-575 
Meares family. 

Papers 1771-1877. 74 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1558) 

Letters (1821-38) from William B. Meares (1787-1841), 
lawyer of Wilmington, N. C. to his brother-in-law James 
Alves, of Henderson, Ky. relating to business matters, 
Negro disturbances, and plantation management; l etter s 
(1847-59) to Mrs. Mary Jane Halsey Langdon, of Wil- 
mington from her three sons in Wyoming, California, and 
other parts of the West describing their travels to Fort 
Laramie, Stockton, and the Navy Yard at Mare Island, 
Calif., and mentioning Indian raids near Salt Lake, David 
G. Farragut, the funeral of Stephen W. E^arny, changes 
in Wilmington, N. C, and railroad extension ; account book ; 
family records; and a diary (1859-60) of Armand D. 
Young as a young boy on the Lyrias Plantation. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mary Meares, 1948. 



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Metts, James Isaac, 1842-192L 

Papers, 1860-09. 84 items. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3624) 

Confederate Army soldier, and merchant of Wilmington, 
N. C. Mostly family letters received by Metts, son of James 
Engram and Mary Ann (Tull) Metts, while he was in the 
Confederate Army as a member of the Wilmington Kifle 
Guards and the 3d North Carolina Regiment; while he was 
a prisoner of war at Johnson's Island, Ohio; and while he 
was a merchant, in Wilmington, N. C. during the lOTCs and 
1890's. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Spotswood H. Huntt (Josephine Metts) , 1963. 



TLfG fti.jrt"7 
Milkr, George Knox, 1836-1916. 

Papers, 1858-1914. ISOitems. 

In University of North Caroiina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2525) 

Confederate Army officer, mayor of Talladega, Ala. and 
judge. Civil War letters written by Miller from Kentucky, 
Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, and South Caro- 
lina to his wife, Celestine (McCann) Miller; registers and 
histories written after the war of various C. S. A companies; 
and postwar papers consisting largely of notes, clippings, 
and reminiscences. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Acquired, 1942. 



»«i* t. «. • - - MS 64-578 

Miltenberger, Christian, 1764-1829. 

Papers, 1739-1841. 1106 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (513) 

Physician, of New Orleans. Personal letters, business 
papers, account books, and notes referring to Masonic ac- 
tivities, the characteristics and treatment of yellow fever 
(1815-25), the economic and political situation in France, 
and relatives living in France. Includes business papers of 
MUtenberger's father-in-law, Antoine Mersier, and his wife. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Acquired, 1938 and 1944. 



m- . . .. MS 64-579 

Bums family. 

Papers, 1768-1948. ca. 8 ft. 

In University of North Carolina Library/Southern His- 
torical Collection (2725) 

Account books and copies of business papers (1858-84) of 
Abraham Minis, wholesale merchant of Savannah, Ga.; pa- 
pers (1866-75) relating to the property of the Hodgson, Tel- 
f#r, and Habersham families; letters (1899-1908) from Ed- 
ward Porter Alexander ; account books and copies of business 
papers (1898-1903) of Jacob Florence Minis (d. 1936) mer- 
chant of Savannah, Ga.; housekeeping records, scrapbooks, 
and personal diary (1898-1917) of his first wife, Louisa Por- 

!^,! G iJ mer) Minis >' and P*^" of Mary Elizabeth (Has- 
kell) Minis (b. 1873) whom he married in 1926, which include 
1500 items from and about Khalil Gibran (1883-1931) the 
Lebanese poet and artist with whom she corresponded from 
1908-31, 272 letters from Charlotte Teller, playwright, social- 
iJMnd suffragette who wrote under the name of John Bran- 
gwyn, teaching notes, and a diary (1910-16). 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. J. F. Minis, 1936-54, 1962. 



„.. . „ „. ,_ „ MS 64-580 

Mitchell, Ehsha, 1793-1857. 

Papers, 1816-1905. 145 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (518) ^ 

Geologist, botanist, Presbyterian clergyman, and prcP 
fessor at the University of North Carolina. Family cor- 
respondence, scientific notes, articles, sermons, a diary (1813- 
16), and private notebook (1818-47). Includes a diary 
(1878) of Mitchell's grandson, J. N. Howard Summerell, 
on a voyage on the Anchoria from New York to Glasgow. 
Family members represented in the correspondence include 
Mitchell's wife, Maria (North) Mitchell, and their daugh- 
ters Ellen (Mitchell) Summerell, Mary (Mitchell) Ashe, and 
Eliza (Mitchell) Grant Other correspondents include 
George Edmund Badger, William Gaston, Francis Lister 
Hawks, Nicholas Marcellus Hentz, William Hooper, Levi 
Silliman Ives, Archibald DeBow Murphey, James H.Otey, 
John Starke Ravenscroft, and David L. Swain. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Six letters from the collection were published as Diary 
of a geological tour by Dr. Elisha Mitchell in 1827 and 1828, 
edited by Kemp Plummer Battle, in James Sprunt historical 
monographs, No. 6 (1905) 

Gifts from descendants, 1903-62. 

MS 64-581 
Mitchell, William Letcher, 1805-1882. 

Papers, 1823-1929. ca. 160 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library Southern His- 
torical Collection (2983) 

Lawyer, educator, and engineer of Athens, Ga. Corre- 
spondence of Mitchell, his wife, Sarah Caroline (Neisler) 
Mitchell, and other relatives, especially the Neisler family 
of Georgia. ^k 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Purchased, 1953. 

„ ± „ MS 64-582 

Montgomery, Walter Alexander, 1845-1921. 

Papers, 1861-1921. ca. 2 ft 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1996) 

Confederate soldier, lawyer, judge, and author, of War- 
renton and Kaleigh, N. C. Typewritten drafts and supple- 
mentary notes for an unpublished political history of the 
Confederate States of America, and for Montgomery's auto- 
biography of his later years; together with a MS. of his 
autobiography through the year 1865, which was privately 
printed in 1939 under the title, The days of old and the 
years that are past 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Elizabeth M. Montgomery, 1952. 

MS64-58S 
Moore, Frederick Lawrence, 1835-1922. 

Papers, 1827-1942. 399 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2568 and M-2568) 

In part, microfilm of 3 v. lent by Fred L Moore. 

Businessman and philanthropist Business and family 
correspondence, diary (1860-95), journals, scrapbooks ;l|p 
microfilm of MS. notes on the Moore and Dismukes families, 
and of MS. copies of wills, deeds, and other courthouse 
records in Chatham and Person counties, N. C. Correspond- 
ence includes information about the philanthropic activities 
of Moore, who was organizer of the Y. M C- A. in Washing- 
ton, D. C, director of Columbia Hospital, director of the 
Board of Charities, and president of Children's Hospital 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Fred L. Moore, 1943. 



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MS 64-584 
Howe, Martin Van Buren, 1837-1900. 

Papers, 1855-W39. 175 items. 

In Uiuversity of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (520 and 3072) 

Confederate Army soldier and experimental farmer, of 
Lenoir, N. C, and Auburn, Ala. Confederate muster rolls, 
reports, and merchandise records of Moore as cavalry cap- 
tain and quartermaster, 65th North Carolina Regiment; 
letters from editors of agricultural magazines about his 
contributions to their publications; MSS of poems; recol- 
lections of the Confederate Amy; and articles on historical 
and agricultural subjects and the history of the language. 
Includes correspondence (1882-1939) and clippings of the 
newspaper articles of his wife, Idora (McClellan) Plowman 
Moore (1843-1S2&), who wrote under the pseudonym "Betsy 
Hamilton.'' 

Unpublished description in the library . 

Gift of Mrs. Henry H. Smith, before 1941 and in 1954. 



MS 64-685 
Moore, Stephen, 1734-1799. 

Papers, 1769-1867. 75 items and 32 v. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2205) 

Merchant Personal correspondence of Moore with his 
father, Phillips Moore; and account books for merchandise 
and produce, sales, labor, shipping, and gristmill, in Person 
and Warren counties, N. G, and New York City. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Edward Moore. Account book (1777-1815) de- 
posited by Mrs. James Blanks, 1944. 



# MS 64-586 

Moore, William C farmer. 

Papers, 1803-97. ca. 225 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (8151) 

Farmer, of Stokes Co., N. C. Family correspondence and 
business papers. 
Unpublished description in the library. 
Purchase, 1955. 



„ MS64-587 

Morns family. 

Papers, 1815-97. 152 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (8252) 

Family, business, and legal papers of the Morris family 
of Amherst Co., Va., particularly of Beverly Preston Mor- 
ris (b. 1822), physician; papers (1863-65) of the tannery 
firm of Coons and Morris; and papers of John W. Goodwin, 
railroad official connected with the Norfolk and Western 
and other railroads. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Purchase, 1956. 



MS 64-588 
', James Alexander, 1894-1918. 

Correspondence, 1894-1931. 303 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3441) 

World War i soldier. Letters of Moseley, 1st lieutenant 
with Company C, 166th Infantry, 42d (Rainbow) Division 
in France, to his mother, Annie Conigland Moseley, in Glen 
Ridge, N. J., from January-July, 1918; and from 1916-18 
to Lucy Kent Chappell of Georgia, a teacher at the Baldwin 



School, Bryn Mawr, Pa.; letters from Moseley's mother; 
and letters before and after 1918 relating to his life ana 
death in the Battle of Ourcq near Chateau-Thierry. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Daisy H. Moseley, 1959; and Mrs. Lucy Kent 
Chappell Clarkson, 1963. 

MS 64-588- 
Murfree family. 

Papers, 1780-1915. 52 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2066) 

Letters, deeds, bills and accounts, wills, diplomas, and 
other papers of the Murfree and Dickinson families and 
their connections. The family includes William Hardy 
Murfree (1781-1827) who moved from North Carolina to 
Murfreesboro, Tenn., in 1823; his son, William L. Murfree; 
two daughters; a brother-in-law, David Dickinson (1774- 
1848) ; a granddaughter, Mary Noailles Murfree (1850- 
1922) who wrote under the name of Charles Egbert Crad- 
dock; and Maney, Burton, Bell, and Hardeman relatives in 
Tennessee. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Fanny Murfree, 1936. 

MS64-590 
Newby, Larkm, 1781-1824. 

Papers, 1796-1884. 102 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3247) 

Merchant and State legislator of Fayetteville, N. C. 
Business and family correspondence, an incomplete auto- 
biography, a diary (1823) kept on a tour of the Virginia 
springs, and anonymous reminiscences of school days in 
Fayetteville, N. C, in the ISSO's and 1830's. The business 
correspondence is with individuals and firms in Petersburg, 
Va. ; Vienna, Augusta, and Savannah, Ga. ; and Granville 
Co., N. C. The family correspondence is with Newby's 
wife's relatives, the West and Pearce families of Providence, 
R. I. Includes scattered correspondence after Newby's death 
in 1824. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Purchase, 1956. 



MS 64-591 
Nisbet family. 

Papers, 1752-1936. 2200 items. 

In University of North Carolina library. Southern His- 
torical Collection (548 and 943) 

Papers of John Nisbet (1737-1817), general merchant and 
State legislator who established his family in Rowan and 
Iredell counties, N. C; Dr. James K Nisbet (1768-1832), 
physician who moved to Georgia; Eugenius Aristides Nisbet 
(1803-1871); James Taylor Nisbet (1828-1894); Junius 
Wingfield Nisbet (1858-1933) ; and Nisbet family relatives, 
including the Cooper, Hall, King, Mitchell, Osborne, Pharr, 
and Young families. Includes correspondence, accounts, 
bills, receipts, invoices, slave transactions, estate settlements, 
and other general merchandising papers (before 1830) ; 
North Carolina account books (1771-1867) ; business and 
professional papers of Dr. James K. Nisbet ; genealogical 
correspondence and data, Georgia diaries, scrapbooks, and 
writings of Junius Wingfield Nisbet; and personal letters 
from relatives who settled in Louisiana, Alabama, and Mis- 
sissippi. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Purchase, before 1940; and gift of James U. and Richard 
J. Nisbet, 1945. 



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*r™«. /*,_.„.■ MS64-592 

North Carolina. University. Botany Dept. 

Papers of and about botanists, 1810-1930. 2 ft. 

In University of North Carolina, library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (9053) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) and photocopies. 

Correspondence of Henry William Ravenel (1814-1887), 
typed copies of correspondence of Moses Ashley Curtis 
(1808-1872), photos., biographical data, reprints of articles, 
and other materials and correspondence, chiefly of the 19th 
century, collected when William Chambers Coker was pro- 
fessor of botany at the University of North Carolina. 

Unpublished description in the library. 



„_.,_,. „ . MS 64-593 

North Carolina. University. Library. Southern Historical 
Collection. 

Revolutionary papers, 1774-82. 133 items. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2194) 

In part, photocopies of 7 items lent by Fort Pulaski 
National Monument, 1962. 

Miscellaneous papers and letters (mostly 1780-81) relat- 
ing to North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia during 
the American Revolution, including protests, maps, legis- 
lative reports, General Assembly orders, correspondence of 
Gov. Eichard Caswell, reports of military activities and 
invoices of supplies. ' 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of the North Carolina Historical Society. 

Norton faroOy. MS6«94 

Papers, 1760-1926. ca. 350 items. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3264) 

_ Personal correspondence (1815-1910) of the Norton fam- 
ily and with the Chilton and Dameron families with whom 
they mtermarned in Virginia, Mississippi, and New Orleans, 
La.; accounts and records (1820-32) of planting and slaves; 
and legal documents including wills and deeds, accounts, 
receipts, promissory notes, and Confederate bonds. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Acquired, 1957. 

xr»~ . MS 64-595 

Noyes, Alonzo B 

Papers, 1859-61. 78 items. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3166) 

Government official Communications received by Noyes 
in connection with his offices as superintendent of lights 
and collector of customs in St Marks, Fla. Includes 
printed circulars, bulletins, and Government forms; and let- 
ters from the Secretary of the Treasury and others. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Purchase, 1955. 

MS 64-596 
Nutt, LeRoy Monenre, 1828-1882. 

Papers, 1861-1927. 136 items. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2285) 

Confederate Army officer, lawyer, and legislator. Chiefly 
Civil War papers of Nutt, captain of the Bed River Bangers 
and of the scouts in Joseph E. Johnston's Division, consist- 
ing of commissions, orders, receipts, muster rolls, and letters 
written from Virginia dealing with Army life and military 



affairs. Includes a few items from after the war, when 
Nutt was a lawyer and legislator in Louisiana. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Lettie Nutt, 1940 and 1951. A 

MS 64-597 
Oaksmith, Appkton, 1825 («a.)-1887. 

Papers, 1825-S8. ca. 110 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2193) 

North Carolina State representative. Correspondence 
and legal papers (1884-S6) of the Carolina City Company, 
with which Oaksmith was connected; letters (1874-77) from 
his mother, Elizabeth Oakes (Prince) Smith (1806-1893), 
to William J. Spence of Long Island, N. T., relating to the 
temperance movement and race relations; a diary (1855) of 
Oaksmith; and a log (1875) of the schooner "Minnie." 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Geraldine Oaksmith, 1944, 1950, and 1953; pur- 
chase, 1959. 



MS64-588 
Olmstead, Charles Hart, 1837-1926. 

Papers, 1860-65. ca. 120 items. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1856) 

Confederate officer, of Georgia. Official army communi- 
cations, reports, circulars, inventories, and letters to Ohn- 
stead's wife at Savannah and MHledgeville, Ga. describing 
his activities while serving in the 1st Georgia Regiment at 
Fort Pulaski, Ga., Morris Island, S. C, and James IalanbV 
S. C. and in north Georgia. jtt 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Florence Olmstead, 195L 



„ MS 64-599 

Osborne, A J 

Papers, 1879-1901. ca. 275 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2837) 

Of Garden Creek, Haywood Co., N. C. Correspondence 
with Benjamin B. Valentine and Mann S. Valentine, of 
Richmond, Va., as their agent in collecting Indian relics of 
the Appalachian region; and with Osborne's sub-agents and 
diggers in the Pisgah Ridge section. 

Unpublished- description in the library. 

Gift of Florence Osborne, 1952. 



_ : , „ MS64-600 

Otey, James Hervey, Bp., 1800-1863. 

Papers, 1823-84 95 items. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (568 and 1032) 

Teacher and Episcopal clergyman. Correspondence of 
Otey in Warrenton, N. C, where he was a teacher, and in 
Tennessee where he was a missionary-teacher-preacher andf 
later, bishop. Contains references to the building oflhP 
University of the South, and the Civil War, and includes 
letters from Otey's mother and father in Bedford Co., Va.; 
his brother, A. G. Otey; his wife, Eliza D. (Pannill) Otey; 
and friends. Includes sermons and Otey's diary of his acts 
as a bishop for 14 of the years between 1840-62. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Roy N. Douglas, 1945; Frank M Parker, 
1952 ; and Mrs. Charles G. Warden. 



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MS64-*01 

Outlaw, David, 1806-1868. 

Papers, 1847-66. 326 items. 

In University o* North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1534) 

U. S. Representative from North Carolina. Correspond- 
. ence, chiefly letters from Outlaw to his wife, while he was a 
member of Congress (1847-53) relating to National and 
State politics, social life in Washington, D. C, his family 
and farm near Windsor, Bertie Co., N. C. Includes genea- 
logical information on the Outlaw and Anderson families. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Stark Sutton, 1948. 



MS 64-602 
Parkhffl, John, 1786-1856. 

Papers, 1813-91. ca. 225 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection ( 1826) 

Banker, of Richmond, Va., and Tallahassee, Fla. Busi- 
ness papers and family correspondence of Parkhill, Ms sons, 
daughters, and grandchildren; travel accounts from Vir- 
ginia to Florida (1821, 1827) ; letters from sons at Centre 
College, Kentucky; from George Washington Parkhill 
(1822-1862), Confederate officer, physician, and Florida 
legislator; and from a former slave (1866-75). 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Acquired, 1951. 



MS64-603 
Patton family. 

Papers, 1798-1907. 240 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1739) 

Chiefly personal correspondence of the Patton family, in- 
cluding James W. Patton (1803-1861) of Asheville, N. C; 
his wife, Henrietta (Kerr) Patton, of Charleston, S. C; 
their son, Thomas W. Patton; his first wife, Anna B. (Pear- 
son) Patton of Alabama; his second wife, Martha (Turner) 
Patton; and her Calder relatives in Maryland. Letters 
(1798-4808) are from James Calder (d. 1808), planter of 
Maryland, to his son, George Calder (1778-1809) in the 
U. S. Navy. Other letters were written at Charleston and 
Columbia, S. C, Asheville, N. C, New York City, and vari- 
ous watering places; and, during tiie Civil War, at Con- 
federate camps in Mississippi, Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, 
and South Carolina. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of the Heywood Parker family, 1950. 



MS64-604 
Pearson, Richmond, 1852-1923. 

Papers, 1852-1940. 346 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3647) 

Lawyer, legislator, and diplomat, of Asheville, N. C. 
Papers (chiefly 1872-1900) relating to Pearson's financial 
and real estate afiairs and to his public activities, especially 
■ t his service as a State legislator and U. S. Representative 
from North Carolina, his congressional campaigns, and 
his participation in the Roosevelt campaigns in 1912. In- 
cludes accounts (1878-83) of Pearson as executor of his 
father, Richmond Mumf ord Pearson (1805-1878) ; and scrap- 
books (1885-94) containing clippings on campaigns and 
legislative service. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Marjorie Pearson and Thomas Pearson, 1963. 



MS 64-605 
Pearson, Richmond Mumford, 1805-1878. 

Papers, 1816-78. 372 items. 

In "University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (584) 

Judge, of North Carolina. Family, business, and political 
correspondence, promissory notes, wills, bonds, certificates, 
and notes pertaining to family matters, plantation and legal 
afiairs, and issues of the Civil War and Reconstruction. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Richmond M Pearson, Marjorie Pearson, and 
the North Carolina Historical Society. 



MS64-606 
Peele, William Joseph, 1855-1919. 

Papers, 1872-1948. ca. 300 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1881) 

Lawyer, publisher, politician, and college trustee, of 
Raleigh, N. C. Correspondence and other papers relating to 
legal, business, and political interests, People's Party, pro- 
hibition, bimetallism, North Carolina State College, and 
literary and historical projects in North Carolina. Includes 
correspondence with his wife, lizzie (Bellamy) Peele. 
Other correspondents include Marion Butler, J. A. Buxton, 
and Locke Craig. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Acquired, 1951. 



MS64-407 
Pember, Phoebe Yates, 1823-1913. 

Letters, 1861-1920. 149 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2232) 

Personal letters (chiefly 1895-1900) of Mrs. Pember to her 
friends and relatives, commenting on social and political 
events, economic conditions, and her travels (1895-99) in 
Germany, Italy, and Switzerland. Includes letters written 
from Chimborazo Hospital in Richmond, Va, during the 
Civil War, and from Mendam, N. J. to Georgia, 1899-10OL 

Unpublished description in the library. Selected letters 
were published in A Southern woman's story: life in Con- 
federate Richmond (1959) 

Gifts of the Misses Phillips of Savannah, Ga,, 1941; and 
Ella Field De Witt, 1943. 



MS64-608 
Pemberton, John OiffoH, 1893- 

Papers, 1814-1942. ca. 250 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (586) 

Author, of New York. Chiefly Pemberton's correspond- 
ence (1922-41) about the career of his grandfather, Lt Gen. 
John Clifford Pemberton (1814-1881), commanding officer 
at Vicksburg, Miss^ 1863, and about the publication of his 
book, Pemberton, defender of Vicksburg (1942). Includes 
several drafts of a biography of General Pemberton, Civil 
War commissions, and miscellaneous war papers. Corre- 
spondents include Douglas S. Freeman, William Preston 
Johnston, Stephen D. Lee, Marcus J. Wright, and Stark 
Young. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of John C. Pemberton, 1941 and 1942. 



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„. , ' MS64-609 

Phelon, Henry A 

Papers, 1861-1906. ca. 140 items. 

Iii University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3505) 

Naval officer, merchant, and postmaster. Letters primarily 
to Phelon's wife, Josephine (Brand) Phelon, containing de- 
scriptions of Civil War civilian naval activity on the coast of 
Virginia and North Carolina where he served as executive 
officer on the Victoria and the Commodore Perry, com- 
manded the gunboat Shawsheen, served as executive officer of 
the Atlanta, and, in July, 1864, took command of the Monti- 
cello in the North Atlantic Blockading Squadron under Rear 
Adm. Samuel P. Lee, in whose squadron he later commanded 
the Daylight. Includes letters (1880-1906) to Phelon from 
Thomas J. Woodward in New Orleans, George Southworth 
in Ohio, and Katharine Abell Cushing in Fredonia, N. Y.; 
biographical sketches of Phelon; and some data concerning 
the pension Josephine Brand Phelon received after the 
death of her husband. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Purchase, 1960. 



w.V «__,» MS 64-610 

Phif ex, Edward X 

Correspondence, 1862-64. 153 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2726) 

Confederate Army soldier. Civil War correspondence of 
Pnrfer, lieutenant in the 49th North Carolina Regiment, 
Ransom's Brigade, C. S. A. in Virginia, with members of 
his family in Lincolnton, N. C, including his father, John 
*. i'nifer, manufacturer; his mother, Elizabeth Caroline 
(Ramseur) Phifer; and his brothers, Pvt. Will L. Phifer 
and Capt George S. Phifer. Phifer's letters are concerned 
with recruiting and drilling troops, and with living con- 
ditions. 

Unpublished description in the library 

Acquired, 1943. 



m..t t t MS 64-611 

Philips, James Jones, 1798-1874. 

Papers, 1840-71. ca. 80 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (50, 972, 2221) 

Physician, scientific farmer, and businessman of Edge- 
combe Co., N. C. Bills, receipts, business correspondence, 
and 45 letters from Philips' cousin, Dr. Ethelred Philips 
(1801-1870) of Marianna, Fla., relating to politics eco- 
nomics, science, philosophy, and property in North Carolina. 

Unpublished descriptions in the library. 

Gifts from several descendants, 1935-45. 



™ MS 64-612 

Phillips, Ulrich BonnelL 1877-1934. 

Correspondence, 1901-37. 206 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2832) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Historian and educator. Correspondence with Lucien H. 
Boggs and_ George J. Baldwin relating to the-Georgia His- 
torical Society, and correspondence with colleagues, students, 
and other historians. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. David D. Irwin, 1944 and Wendell H. Ste- 
phenson, 1955. 



Phillips family. MS6 ^ 13 

Papers, 1804-1928. ca. 1400 items. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (596) 

Family papers (chiefly 1862-1900) of Philip Phillips 
(1807-1884), South Carolina and Alabama State legislator 
and U S. Representative from Alabama,- his wife, Eugenia 
(Levy) Phillips (1819-1901); their sons, William Hallett 
Phillips (1853-1897) and P. Lee Phillips (1857-1924) • and 
related members of the Levy and Myers families of Savan- 
nah, Ga., and Washington, D. C. Includes business papers 
of Philip Phillips; correspondence and a journal dealing 
with Mrs. Phillips' imprisonment, by order of Gen. Ben- 
jamin F. Butler, at Ship Island (Gulf of Mexico) in 1862; 
correspondence of William H. Phillips regarding the Yel- 
lowstone National Park; papers of P. Lee Phillips of the 
Library of Congress, regarding rare maps,- journals, includ- 
ing one of Fanny Cohen Taylor about Sherman's occupation 
of Savannah; and a scrapbook. Correspondents include 
George Kennan (1845-1924) Siberian traveler and writer; 
Tati Salmon, planter, Government official, and chief of a 
Tahitian clan; and prominent jurists who wrote concerning 
the writings of P. Lee Phillips and William H. Phillips on 
the Supreme Court 

Unpublished description in the library. The journal of 
Fanny Cohen Taylor was edited by Spencer B. King, Jr 
and published as "Fanny Cohen's Journal of Sherman's oc- 
cupation of Savannah," in Georgia historical quarterly XTT 
(December, 1957) , p. 407-416. 
Gifts, 1940, 1944, and 1946. 



_.._. . __ MS 64-614 

Phillips, family. 

Papers, 1839-1960. 767 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2462) 

Letters, papers, and photos of the Phillips family, includ- 
ing Charles Phillips (1822-1889), professor of mathematics 
at the University of North Carolina and Davidson College; 
his wife, Laura (Battle) Phillips; their daughter Lucy 
(Phillips) Russell; and her son, C. Phillips Russell, pre- 
senting a picture of family and social life in Chapel HilL 
N. C. Includes a classbook of Charles Phillips; reminis- 
cences of Laura (Battle) Phillips while she was a student 
at the school run by Lucien and Caroline (Fraser) Murat at 
Bordentown, N. J.; and letters (1841-47) from the Murats. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Lucy Phillips Russell and Phillips Russell, 
1942-61 j and Mrs. Minnie M Hussey, 1960. 



-., . ■-_■ MS64r-615 

Pickens,, family. 

Papers, 1800-89. ca. 160 items. A 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His-^ 
torical Collection (1492, 1306) 

Family and business papers (1800-44) of CoL Andrew 
Pickens, Jr. of Columbia, S. C; correspondence (1805-69) 
of the family of Francis W. Pickens while he was minister 
to Russia (1859-60) and later from South Carolina; and 
business papers and letter book (1843-45) of Lewis F. E. 
Dugas, cotton broker of Augusta, Ga. and Apalachicola, Fla. 

Unpublished description in the library. 



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MS 64-616 
Pittman, Thomas Merritt, 1857-1932. 

Papers, 1894-1932- 129 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library;, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3316) 

Lawyer, of Franklin Co, N. C Letters received by Pitt- 
man relating to North Carolina and Baptist church histori- 
cal matters; papers (1911-17) relating to the North Caro- 
lina Bar Association committee appointed to investigate and 
revise the Torrens system of registering land titles; and cor- 
respondence (1932) of Mrs. Pittman about the disposition 
of her late husband's collection of books and other materials. 
Correspondents include Samuel A. Ashe, John S. Bassett, 
Dred Peacock, and Stephen B. Weeks. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Sarah Briggs Trentman, 1957. 



MS 64-617 
Powell, William Stevens, 1919- ooZUetor. 

Papers, 1793-1924. ca. 250 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3300) 

Papers (1853-1901) of Tobias Goodman (1814-1880) of 
Iredell Co., N. C, and other members of his family; account 
books from Iredell County, including those of Goodman for 
sawing and lumber sales and produce (1853-56) and of the 
blacksmith firm of Godwin and White, Statesville, N. C. 
(1891-93) ; and subscriptions to Amity Church in 1855 and 
toErskine College in 1856. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Powell, 1955, 1957, and 1961. 



MS 64-618 
Preston, Margaret (Junkin) 1820-1897. 

Papers, 1812-92. ca. 150 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1543) 

Author, of Lexington, Va. Correspondence (chiefly 1875- 
92) from editors, writers, and Confederate leaders. In- 
cludes letters from Thomas Jonathan Jackson to Lt. CoL 
John Thomas Lewis Preston, and from John C. Calhoun to 
the Rev. George Junkin in 1846. Other correspondents in- 
clude Paul Hamilton Haynes, Thomas Nelson Page, Dr. Ben- 
jamin Rush, Alexander Stephens and John G. Whittier. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Margaret Preston, 1948. 



MS 64-619 
Price, R Charming, d. 1863. 

Papers, 1858-65. 65 items. . 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2571) 

In part, photocopies. 

Confederate Army officer. Civil War Letters of Price, 1st 
lieutenant and aide-de-camp under Gen. J. E. B. Stuart in 
1862, and major in the Adjutant General's Dept in 1863; 
diary (1861-62) written in Warwick Co., Va.; and photo- 
stats of letters of condolence from Generals Stuart and Fite- 
hugh Lee. Price's letters to his family describe camp life 
on the Virginia peninsula and south of the James River, and 
give detailed accounts of battles in northern Virginia. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Purchase, 1943. 



MS 64-620 
Price family. 

Papers, 1772-1875. ca. 650 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2850) 

Business papers and letters of a family from the Shopton 
neighborhood of Mecklenburg Co., N. C, chiefly Isaac Price 
(1747-1811), Isaac Price (1788-1833), and Isaac Jasper 
Price (b. 1819) relating to farming, property, dairy living 
and the Steele Creek Presbyterian Church. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Acquired, 1952. 

MS 64-621 
Promt family. 

Correspondence, 1860-65. 155 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3408) 

Civil War letters of four brothers, W. EL, Alfred N, An- 
drew J., and Calvin Luther Profit, of Lewis Fork Post 
Office, Wilkes Co., N. C, who served with the 1st, 13th, and 
18th North Carolina regiments, chiefly in the Virginia 
theater. Their letters home are concerned with their activi- 
ties, needs, and home affairs. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Purchase, 1959. 

MS64-622 
Prudhomme, Phanor. 

Business records, 1804-78. ca, 400 items. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (613) 

Cotton planter of Bermuda Plantation, Natchitoches 
Parish, La. CJorrespondence (1804-76) with brokers, plan- 
tation records and accounts, pocket notebooks, bills, receipts, 
and indentures of Prudhomme and of J. Alphonse Prud- 
homme, who succeeded him in 1867. Volumes for 1861-63 
are in French. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Purchase, 1938 and 1948. 

MS 64-623 
Bains, George Washington, 181-7-1898. 

Papers, 1843-1949. ca. 50 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1510) 

In part, transcripts. 

U. S. and Confederate Army officer, educator, inventor, 
and author, of New York and Georgia. Papers relating to 
the War with Mexico, Confederate ordnance, the defense of 
Augusta, Ga., and Charleston, S. C, rifles, powder, and the 
general progress of the Civil War, written from Virginia, 
Texas, Mexico, and Georgia. Includes miscellaneous fam- 
ily papers, some written from New York, and a transcript of 
a biographical sketch of Rains. Correspondents include 
James Henry Hammond (1807-1864), Josiah Gorgas (IBIS- 
ES), and Benjamin Huger (1805-1877). 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Leila R. Ramsdell, 1951. 

MS 64-624 

Ramsay, John A 

Papers, 1852-1900. ca. 560 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3534) 

Confederate Army officer. Civil War letters, records, and 
material compiled by Ramsay for his history of the Rowan 
Artillery Company, later Company D of the 10th North 
Carolina Regiment, C. S. A, of which he was captain. In- 
cludes his war letters, written from military sites in Vir- 



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Ramsay, John A Papers, 1852-1900. (Continued) 

ginia, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania; letters received by 
bis wife, Margaret L. (Beall) Bamsay, who was first married 
to his cousin, Julius D. Ramsay; and postwar business 
papers. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Ramsay's history of the Rowan Artillery Company was 
published in Histories of the several regiments and bat- 
talions from North Carolina in the Great War, 1861-65, edited 
by Walter Clark (1901) 

Acquired, 1961. 



x, ox ,. ~ * MS 64-625 

Ramsenr, Stephen Dodson, 1837-1864. 

Papers, 1853-1940. 326 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (618, 1567, 3056) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Confederate officer, of Virginia, Correspondence, chiefly 
1853-64, including letters from Ramseur to David Schenck 
from Davidson College and the U. S. Military Academy at 
West Point, and to his wife, Ellen E. (Richmond) Ramseur, 
of Milton, N. C. from Confederate Army camps and fields in 
Virginia; family letters; genealogical notes; and clippings. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

^formation on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mary D. Ramseur. 



„ T MS 64-626 

Ramsey, Joseph, 1812-1866. 

Papers, 1801-1922. 717 items. 

In University of North Carolina. Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2451) 

Lawyer and Government official of Plymouth, N C Busi- 
ness papers, mostly receipts (1830-66), of Ramsey while he 
was a lawyer at Plymouth, N. C. (1830-59) ; superintendent 
of lights and collector of customs and inspector of revenue 
for the port of Plymouth (1861-62) ; and an employee of the 
North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Go. at Rocky Mount, 
.N. C. (1863-66). Includes ledgers and a diary (1864-66) of 
.Ramsey, and family papers, chiefly of his father, William 
Kamsey, and his father-in-law, Joseph Everett 

Unpublished description in the library 

i o« ft ° i ^ J j*P h B .- Kmm V» 1 942 5 Mrs. A. V. Ramsey, 
1953 ; and Lt.CoL Joseph B.Ramsey, 1955. 



Randall, James Ryder, 1839-1908. MS M ~ 627 

Papers. 1855-64 en. 150 items 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1526) 

Author, of Maryland. Love letters and poetry to Mary 
E. Girvm of Baltimore (1855-63) and to his fiancee Katha- 
rine fa. Hammond of Hamburg, S. C. (1863-64) while he 
was in the Confederate Army, stationed at Wilmington, 
N. C. Includes a diary (1855) while he was a studentlit 
Georgetown College and on holidays in and around Balti- 
more. 

Unpublished description in the library. 



„ T ., MS64-628 

Rayner, Isidore, 1850-1912. 

Papers, 1866-1921. 1 ft 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2823) 

Lawyer and U. S. Representative and Senator from Mary- 
land. Official and formal social papers and newspaper clip- 
pings relating to Rayner's political activity and to the Balti- 
more legal practice of Rayner and his son, William B 
Rayner. " 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. David L Johnson, 1952. 



„ ., MS 64-629 

Reid, Rnfus, 1797-1854. 

Papers, 1772-1898. ca. 200 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2712) 

Member of the North Carolina House of Commons, and 
landowner of Iredell Ckx, N. C. Correspondence, account 
books, memorandum books, indentures, deeds, bills, and 
receipts, together with papers of various relatives, including 
members of the Davidson, Smith, and Morrison families of 
North Carolina. Correspondents include Reid's third wife, 
Isabella M (Torrance) Smith Reid, widow of Frederick 
L. Smith; W. L Brawley; Frank Davidson; George F. 
Davidson, Robert Hall Morrison, and James F. Torrance. 

•Unpublished description in the library. 

Purchase, 1942; gift of Mrs. R. C. Harrington, Isabella 
Morrison, and Lucy Reid Morrison, 1948. 



„ MS 64-630 • 

Reynolds, Henry Lee. 

Papers, 1802-1925. 310 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3520) 

Importer, manufacturer, and cotton dealer. Business cor- 
respondence, accounts, and other records (1852-66) relating 
to the activities of Reynolds' companies in Mobile, Ala. and 
New York City; postwar letters to Reynolds in New York 
concerning his attempts to get cotton from Alabama and 
Mississippi planters for the speculative market; personal 
records of members of a Reynolds family at Philadelphia, 
Pa., and Norwich, Conn. ; a biographical sketch of HezeHah 
Smith (1737-1805) ; cotton records and related expense ac- 
counts of H. L. Reynolds, & Co. ; and a drawing book of H. L. 
Reynolds, Jr. (b. 1861). The letters to Reynolds discuss hid- 
ing and stealing cotton; difficulties in transporting, market- 
ing, and insuring cotton; debts and collections, suits and 
settlements, and claims and counter-claims on cotton in the 
Alabama-Mississippi area. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Purchase, 1961. 



.. .. MS 64-631 

Robinson, William Smith O'Brien, 1852-1927. a 

Correspondence, 1889-1929: ca. 50 items. ™ 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1768) 

Lawyer and judge, of Goldsboro, N. C. Letters relating 
to political and court matters received from Marion Butler, 
Joseph Pearson Caldwell, Walter Clark, Henry Groves Con- 
nor, and others. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Blackwell P. Robinson, 1950. 



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MS64-632 
Royster, Hubert Ashley, 1871-1959. 

Correspondence, 1927-49. 50 items. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1821) 

Physician and surgeon, of Raleigh, N. C. Correspond- 
ence relating to personal and professional topics from Dr. 
Benjamin K. Hays, of Oxford, N. C. and James King Hall 
( 1875-1948) , psychiatrist, of Richmond, Va, 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Dr. Royster, 1951. 



MS 64-633 
Russell, Daniel Lindsay, 1845-1908. 

Papers, 1839-1910. 1984 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (645) 

Confederate Army officer and Governor of North Caro- 
lina. Correspondence and special orders (1863-64) concern- 
ing Russell's court-martial; letters (1874-97) to Russell 
from fellow attorneys about political matters in eastern 
North Carolina, and from constituents asking for favors and 
patronage; correspondence from his cotton brokers; letters 
and telegrams of congratulations upon his election as 
Governor in 1896: and ca. 1000 items (1900-05) relating to 
Russell's role in the South Dakota bond case and other cases 
involving North Carolina's repudiated Reconstruction bonds. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Frances Sawyer, Mrs. Louis Goodman, and 
Mrs. Hal B. Cooper, 1935-59. 



MS 64-634 
9 Russell family. 

Papers, 1834-94. ca. 120 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (646 and 3622) 

Bills, receipts, ledgers, and prescriptions of Dr. James A. 
Russell, physician of Granville Co., N. C; letters (1871-94) 
from his wife, Lucy A. (Hefiin) Russell, and three daughters 
to his son, William C. Russell in Sardis, Miss., and Peters- 
burg, Va. Members of this family include Dr. and Mrs. 
Russell and their children, Kate Russell who married James 
H. Webb, Tally Ho, N. C; Robert Russell, who married 
Rebecca Lipscombe, Durham Co., N C. ; John Russell, who 
married Emma Harris ; Harriett Russell, who married J. T. 
Booth. Granville Co., N. C; Susan Russell who married 
Joseph A. Webb, Oxford, N. C; Charles L. Russell; and 
William C. Russell who married Mrs. Anna Love of Peters- 
burg, Va. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of the North Carolina Historical Society and Mrs. 
Robert H. Williamson, 1960 and 1963. 



MS 64-635 
Sargent, Charles Sprague, 1841-1927. 

Letters to Thomas Grant Harbison, 1905-26. 392 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3465) 

Arboriculturist. Letters (largely 1912-19) relating to 
botanical and arboricultural projects while Harbison was 
southern field botanist for Harvard University's Arnold 
Arboretum working from Highlands, Macon Co., N. C. and 
Sargent was director of the Arboretum. 

Received from Botany Dept, University of North Caro- 
lina, 1960. 



MS 64-636 
Sanfley, SaDie (Rowan) 

Correspondence, 1864-1916. 115 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2867) 

Letters from Mrs. Sauney's husband, Micah C. Saufley 
(1842-1910); from her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stokeley 
Donelson Rowan of McMmnville, Tenn.; and from her son, 
R. Caswell Saufley at the U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, 
and from various ships and naval stations (1907—16) 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of James M Saufley, 1952. 

MS 64-687 
Saunders, William Laurence, 1835-1891. 

Papers, 1712-1907. 627 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2658) 

Confederate Army officer and secretary of state of North 
Carolina. Primarily material collected by Saunders as edi- 
tor of the Colonial records of North Carolina (10 v., 1886- 
90). Includes correspondence while Saunders compiled 'this 
material; land grants; indentures; maps; historical notes; 
journals (1749-64) of the North Carolina Assembly; reports 
(1768-77) of the royal governors; records of the University 
of North Carolina (of which Saunders was a trustee) and 
of the Episcopal School of North Carolina at Raleigh; and 
Civil War letters to his mother from Saunders in Virginia. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of the Misses Saunders, 1939. 

MS 64-638 
Sehenck, David, 1835-1902. 

Papers, 1849-1917. 19 v. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (652) 

Judge, of Lincolnton and Greensboro, N. C. Diaries 
(1849-1901) ; records and minutes (1887-94, 1911-17) of the 
Guilford Battleground Company, Of which Sehenck was 
president; and scrapbooks (1883-S4, 1888-1901)- The dia- 
ries relate to the Civil War, Ku Krax Klan, temperance 
movement, church revivals, North Carolina court system, 
and civic and educational activities in Greensboro, N. C. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Paul W. Sehenck and Paul W. Sehenck, Jr. 1949- 
50. 

MS 64-639 

Service family. 

Papers, 1803-92. 400 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3375) 

Correspondence of the family of John Hugh James serv- 
ice of Greenville, S. C, and Savannah, Ga., and his wife, 
Martha (Stackhouse) Williford Service, widow of David 
Williford, a merchant of Savannah. Consists of letters 
from their children by previous marriages, including Emma 
Maria Service who lived at Augusta, Ga., from 1849-88; 
William S. Williford, acommissionmerchant at Macon, Ga.; 
and Martha Williford, teacher under the supervision of 
Bishop Stephen Elliott at Montpelier Institute near Macon, 
and missionary in Africa under Bishop John Payne, whom 
she later married; together with letters (1860-88) from the 
Stackhouse family in Hinds Co., Miss., and from members 
of the Powell and Lester families. About half the items are 
letters (1866-88) to Mrs. Martha Service, Margaret Willi- 
ford, and Emma M. Service. 
Unpublished description in the library. 
Acquired, 1958. 



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Snarpe, Leander Qmncy, 1816-1866. ■ ■ MS 6 *^ 4 ° 

Papers, 1804-75. 328 items. 

In JMyersity of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2374:) ^^ 

Lawyer, of Stetesville, N. C. and member of the North 
Carolina State Senate and House of Representatives. Cor- 
respondence with clients and other attorneys, personal ac- 
counts and receipts, and 8 letters (1861-65) written by 
Sharpe to his wife, Mary Emmeline (McKee) Sharpe, while 
he was with Ihe North Carolina Legislature Tr^ 

Unpublished description in the library 
Gift of Mrs. Nancy Sharpe TMIlle, lfttL 



Siiarpe famiry. MS64-641 

Papers, 1793-1954. 800 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3592) ouuuwm rus- 

C^respondence i and papers relating to the family history 
<>f John McKee Sharpe of Statesville, Iredell Co I C 
including ; busmess papers and material pertaiiiingto W 
alogy and to the North Carolina Hom 6 I SdTnrhJX 
SlV^S, Acc B mttl »ted by Amos Sharpe, Ebenezer 

Unpublished description in the library 
Gift of S. Alex Sharpe, 1962. 



Sunk, Francis Bawn, 1788-1848. ^ ""^ 

Letters, 1826-1901. 51 items. 

JtSSAlS? ^^ M,rMJ ' "« mS - 

SS^wK"* Gov * aor of Peimsylvania. Letters (1826- 
33, 1842-48) concerning pohfacs and family affairs, written 
by Shunk to las family and friends, primariryWs^rife! 
Fort H™^ a Sr k '-^ d <**■ J^ TMcASteTS 

Unpublished description in the library 
Purchase. 



Siler, Jacob, 1795-1871. MS 64 ~ 643 

Papers, 1832-95. ca, 1280 items. 

Li University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3616) 

r-liiSZT*- Mld State !**■•"*«» of Macon Co., N C. 
CMefly business papers (1832-67) including bills, receipte, 
bonds, deeds, hsts, reports, notices, accounTblK.ks, and &££ 
S^T"*' Id "?« to SDer ' s P 08 * 1 ™ » Ste te agent for 
western Nortiv Carolina, and concerned with the financial 
SS" *f fl » I ? b *? Program to construct and o^ 
erate a western turnpike and to have a railroad surrey made 
on the Cherokee lands. Includes correspondence (-1850-60) 
of lus son, David Siler (1822-1884) about his shoemaking 
nSSSTl £""£ ,««*■»«*»«, and the State Legislator! 
(1860) ; letters (1863-65) of Charles Weimar SlagleTb. 1847) 
who worked for tile Confederate Bureau of Nitre and Min- 
mg at Franklin, K C ; and papers of other members of the 
Slier and Slagle families. 

Unpublished description in the library 
Acquired, 1962. 



Simmons, Henry E MS64-644 

Papers, 1854-65. 86 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3115) ^u«i«ti rus 

Soldier and educator, of Providence, E. I. Correspond- 1 
ence while serving with Rhode Island troops (1862-63) 

^L a t^ t °^ D - °^ md * *■» Suffolk "* Yorktown 
**£ons of Vkgnua; and while serving as principal of the 
Freedman's School, Arlington, Va. 

Unpublished description in the library 

Purchase, 1955. 

Simons, James, d. 1879. MS 64 ~ 645 

Papers, 1842-1917. 109 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3250) ™* 

Lawyer, legislator, and militia officer, of Charleston, S C 
Letters (1840's) from James Louis Petigru relating to Wal" 
busmess; papers (1850's) relating to SimonT^litia ic- 
tmty and including family letters containing social and 
political news to his son, James, Jr. (1839-1919) while he 
was a student in Leipzig, Gar.; letter copybooks relating to 
flops' legal business and militia service; and items rMatW 
to the Society of the Cincinnati. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Manning Simons, 1942; and purchase, 1956 
and 1957. ""' 

„. MS 64-646 

Singleton, Anne Hinman (Broun) 1848-1932. 

Papers, 1822-1935. 90 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library. Southern His- 
torical Collection (2490 and M-2490) ^^ ^ 

In part, microfilm of 10 items lent by Mrs. LeRoy Halsey. • 

Wife of Richard Richardson Singleton (1840-1900) 
Family correspondence of Mrs. Singleton with her parente 
Abby H. and John P. Broun, and related members of the 
Day and Singleton families of Kershaw and Sumter coun- 
ties, S. C, and Georgia. Includes microfilm of the business 
papers (1822-45) of Col. Richard Singleton (1776-1852), 
trustee for the Broun family. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Twenty items restricted, but may be read. 

Gift of Mrs. LeRoy Halsey, 1942. 

c . , V MS64-647 

Srvley, Jane. 

Papers, 1862-65. 81 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1891) 

Letters received by Miss Sivley while she was in school in 
Marion, Ala., from her mother, Eliza Hodges (Burleson) 
Sirley, of Raymond, Miss. ; from her brother and cousins in 
the Confederate Army; and from other cousins and friends 
at home during the Civil War. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Harold V. Smedberg, 1951. 

Sackfamfiy. MS64^48^ 

Papers, 1805-1925. ca. 400 items. 

Li University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3598) 

Correspondence of Eliphalet Slack (1778-1843) and his 
wife Abigail (Cutter) Slack (1798-1840) of Massachusetts 
who settled in Iberville Parish, La. about 1830; their son, 
Henry Richmond Slack (1835-1890), Confederate Army 
officer and Louisiana planter; and other members of the 



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Slack family. Papers, 1805-1925. (Continued) 

family in Weston, Mass., Albany and Guilderland, N. Y., 

and Louisiana, lie five items after 1890 are the papers of 

the Bev. William Samuel Slack (1869-1944) of LouMana, 

«| including a copy of his book, The Slack family (limited ecL, 

* 1930). 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. James J. Slade (Emily Slack), 1962. 

MS 64-649 
Smith, Peter Evans, 1829-1905. 

Papers, 1738-1944. ca. 1000 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (677) 

Farmer, surveyor, and engineer, of Halifax Co., N. C. 
Family and business correspondence and papers (mostly 
1822-99) relating to the Vine Hill Academy and Episcopal 
Church in Scotland Neck, N. C. ; and to Smith's inventions 
and patents, including his work with Gilbert Elliott on the 
construction of the C. S. A. ironclad Albemarle. Includes 
account books (1823-55), list of Negroes (1858-66), scrap- 
books, and an undated diary. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Lena Smith, Burton Smith, and Bebe Shields, 
1940-44. 

MS 64-650 
Sparkman, James A 

Papers, 1811-1904. 305 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2732 and 2791) 

Physician and rice planter, of Georgetown District, S. C. 
Personal, professional, and business papers, including let- 
ters from patients and other doctors, plantation records of 
^ J. B, Sparkman, estate books, and medical and miscellaneous 
41 accounts. Topics covered include the estate of Sparkman's 
father-in-law, Dr. Edward Thomas Heriot; agricultural 
societies; and military occupation and Reconstruction prob- 
lems, 1865. Correspondents include Ben AUston, B. F. W. 
Allston, S. T. Gailkrd, Alexander Gregg, William M Law- 
ton, and Dr. J. Marion Sims. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Acquired, 1944. 

MS 64-651 
Sparrow, Thomas, 1819-1884. 

Papers, 1835-71. ca. 150 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1878) 

Lawyer, North Carolina legislator, and Confederate of- 
ficer, of Washington, Beaufort Co., N. C. Correspondence, 
diary, and other papers relating to court cases, affairs of 
litB State Legislature (1858-59), events as captain of Com- 
pany A, 7th North Carolina Infantry (The "Washington 
Grays") which defended the outer banks of North Carolina, 
and Sparrow's imprisonment at Fort Columbus, N. Y. and 
Fort Warren, Mass. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Dr. Thomas D. Sparrow, 1951. 

MS 64-652 
V Samuel, 1847-1906. 

Papers, 1854-1918. 7 ft. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (8477) 

Railroad president, of Columbus, Ga. Business and per- 
sonal correspondence; reports, agreements, letter books, 
ledgers, and scrapbooks relating to Spencer's career as presi- 
dent of six railroads, including the Baltimore & Ohio and 
the Southern Bailway; and Spencer, Benning, and Mitchell 



family letters relating to Confederate Army service (1864- 
65), and travel in the Western United States and Mexico 
(1885). 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Samuel Spencer, 1960. 



MS 64-653 
Sproiu, Andrew J 

Papers, 1845-90. 54 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1877) 

Letters received by Sproul in Ohio from his mother and 
other relatives in Ireland; letters to his wife while he served 
with the 16th Ohio Volunteer Infantry in the lower Missis- 
sippi Valley (1861-63) ; and pocket memorandum books. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Acquired, 1951. 



MS64-654 
Stanford, Richard, 1767-1816. 

Papers, 1767-1842. 76 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2096) 

U. S. Representative from North Carolina. Correspond- 
ence, mostly letters (1804-16) from Stanford's wife, Mary 
(Moore) Stanford, while he was a member of Congress; 
and correspondence after 1816 between Mrs. Stanford and 
Cornelia (Stanford) Webb and other relatives. Includes 
deeds and Moore family papers before 1804. 

Unpublished description in the library. 



MS64-655 
Stringfield, Lamar Edwin, 1897-1959. 

Papers, 1926-58. 2850 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3522) 

Musician, of North Carolina. Correspondence with col- 
leagues, friends, collaborators, publishers and pupils; and 
typewritten and mimeographed books for plays, historical 
dramas, short operas, and poems, for which Stringfield 
composed the music. The material is related to the String- 
field score collection in the Music Dept. Library of the Uni- 
versity. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Purchase, 1960. 



MS 64-656 
Sydnor, Charles W 

Papers, 1863-67. 63 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2864) 

Confederate Army surgeon, of Virginia. Sydnor's letters 
to Mary Louise("Mollie") Davis of Lovingston, Nelson Co., 
Va^ depicting his life with the Confederate Army as a sur- 
geon in the 2d Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, and his 
courtship of Miss Davis, whom he married in 1865. Later 
papers and letters describe their life in the post-Civil War 
period. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Joseph J. Thompson, 1952. 



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MS64-657 
Tennessee Woolen MOI, McMinnville, Tenn. 

Records, 1890-1949. ca. 225 items. 

In University of North Cnrolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1604) 

Annual reports, accounts, minutes of stockholders' and 
directors' meetings (1890-1939) ; and the papers of J. J. 
"Walker and E. W. Walling, trustees, concerning the liqui- 
dation of the business. Includes notes by William W. Bass 
on The Store of the Tennessee Woolen Mill Company (1948) 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Walling, 1949. 

MS 64-658 
Thomas, William George, 1899-1942. 

World War i letters, 1917-19. 86 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1792) 

Soldier, of North Carolina. Letters from Thomas to his 
parents -while serving in the 313th Machine Gun Battalion 
from camps in the U. S. and from France where he was 
with the American Expeditionary Force. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Thomas, 1950. 

MS 64-659 
Thompson, Meriwether Jeff, 1826-1876. 

Papers. 1860-1940. 143 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1566) 

Confederate officer and mayor of St. Joseph, Mo. Civil 
war papers, correspondence, ca. 70 rosters and muster rolls, 
chiefly of the Army of the Northern Sub-District of Arkan- 
sas, paroles, the Confederate cipher invented by Thompson, 
Confederate autograph book, autobiography, war reminis- 
cences, notebooks on the Southern Hospital Association lot- 
tery, and articles from the St. Joseph Gazette and the Ex- 
press. Includes an address urging the people of Missouri 
to secede in 1860. Letters were written while Thompson 
was a prisoner at Johnson's Island, Ohio and from the 
Department of Arkansas, Confederate Army. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

MS 64-660 
Blmer, Isaac Barton, 1842-1925. 

Papers, 1838-1929. 218 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1834) 

Confederate soldier, of Demopolis, Ala. Letters from 
Ulmer to his parents Isaac B. and Abigail (Cromwell) Ul- 
mer while a student (1859-61) at Green Springs, Ala, and 
Talmage, Ga. and a Confederate soldier (1861-65) with the 
3d Alabama Cavalry; letters from his mother at Butler, 
Ala.; other family letters and business papers relating to 
property and finances. Includes family history and writ- 
ings of South Carolina ancestors. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Acquired, 1951-59. 

MS64-661 
Waldrop, Richard Woolf oik, 1839-1918. 
Papers, 1850-67. 80 items and 3 v. 
In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2268) 
In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Confederate Army soldier. Civil War letters (chiefly 

1861-62) written by Waldrop, a private in the 21st Virginia 

Infantry, to his parents, Christopher and Ellen (Douglas) 

v oolfolk Waldrop, describing the battles, marches, food, 



discipline of the soldiers, blockade, and rumors circulating 
at the time; his diary (1863-67) ; and a diary (1862-65) of 
his brother, John Waldrop (1845-1891), written while he 
was with the Richmond Howitzers of the Confederate Army.^ 
Includes typed copies of the letters and diaries. ™ 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Douglas S. Brooke, 1940. 



MS64-662 
Walton family. 

Papers, 1811-97. ca. 250 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1437) 

Correspondence (1861-63) between Justina (Walton) 
Webb and. her husband, James D. Webb (d. 1863) serving 
with the 5th and 51st Alabama Regt. in Virginia and Ten- 
nessee; deeds; bills; and other business papers and family 
letters of this Greene Co., Alabama family. 

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Pitts, 1948. 



MS64-46S 
Warlick, Laura Cornelia (McGimsey) 1840-1920. 

Correspondence, 1856-68. 113 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2680) 

Letters to Mrs. Warlick, of Linville River, Burke Co., 
N- C, from Confederate soldiers, concerning the progress of— 
the war, the unloading of blockade runners, engagements iJP 
eastern North Carolina, fishing in the Sound, and the re- 
building of bridges. The letters are chiefly from Lewis 
Warlick, whom she married during the war, and were writ- 
ten from Virginia and the U. S. General Hospital, David's 
Island, N. T. in 1863. Letters of courtship (1866-68) are 
from E. A. Warlick, John R, Denton, Samuel P. Tate, and 
J. Free Munday after she was widowed. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Acquired, 1944. 



MS 64-664 
Warren, Lindsay Carter, 1889- 

Papprs, 1905-54. ca. 35,000 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3172) 

U. S. Representative from North Carolina. Office files of 
Warren while he was a member of Congress (1925-40), and 
semi-personal correspondence while he was Comptroller 
General of the U. S. (1940-54) relating to State and district 
politics, agricultural legislation, the work and personnel of 
the U. S. Coast Guard, work of the U. S. Corps of Engi- 
neers in North Carolina, hunting and fishing, road building 
in North Carolina, organization of the House of RepreseilP 
tatives, and the work of the General Accounting Office. 
Correspondents include Josiah W. Bailey, J. C. B. Ehring- 
haus, O. Max Gardner, Clyde R. Hoey, and Furnif old M. 
Simmons. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
library. 

Gift of Mr. Warren, 1930 and 1954. 



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MS64-«65 
Wells, WiDiam Ray. 

Papers, 1813-62. 71items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2%0) 

Soldier, of New York. Letters (1861-62) from Army 
camps near Washington, D. G, and in Virginia while Wells 
served in the 12th New York Volunteers. Includes corre- 
spondence of members of the Wells family of New York 
and Wisconsin. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Acquired, 1953. 



MS64-666 
Welton, Chauncey Branson, 1844-1908. 

Papers, 1862-1901. 138 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3368) 

In part, transcripts. 

Union Army soldier, from Weymouth, Medina Co., Ohio. 
Mostly letters (1862-65) from Welton, who served with 
Company I, 103d Ohio Volunteer Infantry in Kentucky, 
Tennessee, Georgia, and North Carolina, to his parents and 
other members of his family, containing descriptions of his 
personal experiences and the second inauguration of Presi- 
dent Tjnrftlrij and his opinions of secession and the Copper- 
heads. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Dr. David G. Welton, 1958. 



* MS64-667 

Whitaker family. 

Papers, 1728-1930. 280 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (767, 768,769, 770, 1124, 1132) 

Personal correspondence and business papers, including 
early deeds and wills, of the Whitaker family of Halifax 
Co., N. C. Includes family correspondence and bills of 
Matthew Cary Whitaker (1801-1873), farmer and physi- 
cian; Civil War diary (1864) of Capt Cary Whitaker 
(1832-1865) , 43d North Carolina troops; press copies of let- 
ters (1878-86) written by Spier Whitaker (1841-1901), 
lawyer. Family letters were written in North Carolina and 
Florida. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Acquired from the Whitaker family, 1935-59. 



MS 64-668 
Whitfield family. 

Papers, 1803-1918. 158 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1257) 

Correspondence, deeds, accounts, estate papers, and stu- 
A dents' notebooks of four generations of the Whitfield and 
Wooten families in Wayne and Lenoir counties, N. C. In- 
cludes letters from branches of the family in Alabama, Mis- 
sissippi, and Florida. Names represented include Nathan 
Bryan Whitfield (1835-1914), his wife, Elizabeth Green 
(Cobb) Whitfield, his parents, Sarah Elizabeth (Wooten) 
and James Bryan Whitfield (1809-1841). 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Junie and Hattie Whitfield, 1947. 



MS64-669 
White, Maunsell, 1783-1863. 

Papers. 1802-1912. 102 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2234) 

In part, microfilm. 

Planter and commission merchant, of New Orleans, La. 
Correspondence, chiefly of White, who operated Deer Bangs 
Plantation in Louisiana, and his son, Maunsell White, Jr., 
relating to their planting and business activities; plantation 
records (1802-83) ; and personal family letters, including 
those to Maunsell White, Jr., while a student at Mandeville 
College and the University of Virginia, ca. 1850. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Thomas H. Anderson, 1940; deposited by 
Carl White, Jr., 1953 ; and purchase, 1962. 



MS 64-670 
Whitsett, William Thornton, 1866-1934. 

Papers, 1925-35. ca. 150 items. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1899) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Author and lecturer on family and church histories, oi 
Guilford Co n N. C. Articles, speeches, historical papers, 
poems, and miscellaneous essays. Contains typed copies of 
two 18th century church records of German settlers in North 
Carolina (in English). 

Unpublished list in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Whitsett, 1951-52. 



MS64-*71 
Whittle, Lewis Neale. 

Papers, 1826-1919. ca. 800 items. 

In University of North Carolina library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (777) 

Engineer, lawyer, and Confederate Army officer, of Macon, 
Ga. Chiefly letters (1834-72) to Whittle from family and 
friends, and Whittle family correspondence with Powers, 
Griffin, and Potter connections in Virginia and Georgia. 
Includes letters from Episcopal clergymen such as Stephen 
Elliott, Alexander Gregg, and Francis M Whittle, Bishop of 
Virginia; officers in the U. S. Navy; relatives in Ireland, 
(1826, 1837, 1858-59) ; and Confederate soldiers in Georgia, 
Virginia, and Kentucky (1861-65) 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Dan J. Carrison, 1939-55. 



MS64-«72 
Wiley, Calvin Henderson, 1819-1887. 

Papers, 1840-1951. 2 ft 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (781 and 782) 

Lawyer, Presbyterian clergyman, legislator, and educator, 
of North Carolina. Letters (1853-87) to Wiley while State 
Superintendent of Common Schools, from teachers, county 
superintendents, and publishers of textbooks; correspond- 
ence with Presbyterian clergymen; papers (1877-85) relat- 
ing to the University of North Carolina; business items; 
some of Wiley's writings; and letters and clippings (some in 
ascrapbook) relating to him and collected after his death by 
his daughter, Mary CaDumWiley. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mary Callum Wiley, 1937-61; and Mrs. Charles 
L. Coon. 



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\fc eu\ gyp 
Williams, Sarah Frances (Hicks) I. 1827 

Letters, 1838-68. llOitems. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3210) 

Letters (1838-53) from Mrs. Williams to her parents in 
New Hartford, N. T., while she was a student at Albany, 
JJ. Y ? and while visiting relatives in Verona Springs, New 
2%P*hJ*\ Y " NoPth Bloomfi «ld, Ohio, and Walpole, 
fo«. v "^ ter her lnarri »8 e *o"I>r. Benjamin F. Williams in 
1853, her letters contain accounts of her daily life as a north- 
ern danghter-in-law>jn a southern family, and were written 
from Clifton Grove, Green Co., N. C. (1853-57)„ Burnt 
Fort, Charlton Co, Ga. (1857-60), and Sunny Side. Ware 
Co., Ga. (1860-68). 

Unpublished description in the library. Letters pertain- 
ing to North Carolina were published in the North Carolina 
Historical review (July and October, 1956) 

Gift of Mrs. Warren Lott, 1956. 

Wius, William Henry, 1809-1889. ^ *"'* 

Papers, 1748-192L ca. 960 items. 

Li University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (792 and 2269) 

Methodist minister and merchant, of Brinkleyville, Hali- 

j .'. • c - Personal correspondence, business papers, 
and writmgs (chiefly 1833-80) of Wills; together withthe 
papers of his wife, Anna Maria Baker (Whitaker) Wills: 
Civil War letters from their son, George Whitaker Wills 
(4 1864) of the 43d North Carolina Infantry, from Con- 
federate camps in North Carolina and Virginia: correspond- 
ence of another son, Richard Henry Wills (1836-1891) ; and 
other members of the Whitaker and Norman families. In- 
cludes Wills' journal of a trip through North Carolina, 
faouth Carolina, Georgia, Florida, and Alabama in 1837and 
1840; account books; Methodist Episcopal dassbooks (1861- 
71) ; diary (1855-56) of an -unidentified Florida Land Office 

jf^f?^™^ *^'* 06 ^- betters concern the 
Methodist Church, plantation life, slavery, the cotton mar- 
ket, politics, North Carolina schools, camp meetings, and 
land dealings. — — s»> - 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of George S. Wills, 1942-55 ; and R, B. Hunter, 194a 

Wilson, Alexander, 1799-1867. iB 6 *" 675 

Papers, 1802-1926. ca. 350.items. 

Li University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1245, 1373) ^^ 

Physician^ Presbyterian minister, and educator, of North 
Oarohna. Family and personal correspondence of Wilson, 
-SmS?' "ST ^ da 1 ?* ilters ' ■»* "■ granddaughters, Alice 
P^tionZ ' PpmgS ' notebo °fes, sermons, and corn- 

Gift of Mrs. W. A. Heart*, 1947. 

Wibon, Mary Ann (Covington) MS64-676 

Correspondence, 1850-75. 60 items. 

In UMversity of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3251) 

Personal and family letters to Mrs. Wilson of Cleveland 
Oo., N. C-, from her husband, Thomas M Wilson, on limited 
military service at KinsW, N. G (1864-65), from friends, 
and from. cousins, mostly teachers and tenant or share- 
cropping farmers who moved every year or so, in Tennessee, 
Illinois, Texas, Kentucky, and Arkansas. ^ 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Purchase, 1956 and 1957. 



Wirt family. MS64-677 

Papers, 1802-1925. 504 items. 

la University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (798 and 1704) g 

^ b ^ 1t c^respondence and other papers of William Wirt 
(1772-1834), U S. Attorney General and author, his wife, 
and their children in Maryland, Washington, D C Vir- 
ginia, and Florida; together with naval correspondence of 
his son-in-law, Louis M Goldsborough; and papers of his 
granddaughter Elizabeth (Wirt) Baker and her husband 
Junes McCutcheon Baker (1837-1900) Confederate naval 
officer and sea captain. Includes Wirt's correspondence with 
Dabney Carr (1773-1837), his early reminiscences, frag- 
ments of his Patrick Henry MS, and letter copybooks of 
Mrs. William Wirt and Josephine M Hutton. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Edward M L'Engle and Mrs. John Cates, 
1950; and Mrs. Pauline Corson Coad and Mrs. Paul Cava- 
nangh,1962. 

_„...■ MS64-678 

Wood, John Taylor, 1830-1904. 

Papers, 1858-1915. 201 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2381 and M-2381) 

In part, microfilm and transcripts (typewritten) 

Naval officer. Letters of Wood to his wife, Lola (Macku- 
bin) Wood while he was an officer in the U. S. Navy in 
France, Greece, Italy, and New York (1858-60), and while 
he was a captain, C. S. A. Navy in Virginia (1861-65) ; a 
diary pertaining to his teaching at the U S. Naval Academy 
(1860-61), to his accompanying Jefferson Davis and mem- 
bers of the Confederate cabinet from Richmond (1865), aadfe 
to his escape through Florida to Cuba and Halifax, No^T 
Scotia ; and a typescript of a personal narrative by John G 
Breckinridge who escaped with Wood. Includes microfilm 
of family notes and a scrapbook (1848-93). 

Unpublished description in the library. " 

Acquired, 1941. 

»„<*_-. MS64-679 

Wooster family. 

Correspondence, 1836-99. 132 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (2120) 

Personal letters (1842-56) written by Lucy (Wright) 
Wooster while visiting Philadelphia, Pa., and Saratoga 
Springs, N. Y., to her daughter, Ann Empie Wooster in 
Wilmington, N. C, Richmond, Va., and Fayetteville, N. G; 
Civil War letters (1861-63) written by Mrs. Wooster's son, 
William A. Wooster, G S. A., from North Carolina, South 
Carolina, and Virginia; and a few later letters from other 
relatives. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Alice Boatwright, 1939. 

„. .. T A . MS64-680 

Worth, Jonathan, 1802-1869. ^ 

Papers, 1828-99. ca. 500 items. . . ™ 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (802) 

Public treasurer and Governor of North Carolina. Cor- 
respondence (1841-69) relating to Worth's political inter- 
ests and activities ; business and professional papers relating 
to cotton planting, real estate, securities, business enterprises, 
and legal practices; some papers of William Henry Bagley 
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Worth, Jonathan, 1802-1869. Papers, 1828-99. (Continued) 
Worth family correspondence (1853-99) including letters 
from Worth's wife, Martitia (Daniel) Worth; their son, 
David Gaston Worth (1831-1897); five daughters; and 
I other family members at Asheboro, Pittsboro, Raleigh, Wil- 
mington, and Noise (Moore Co.), N. C. More than half of 
the papers are dated 1865-67. 
Unpublished description in the library. 
Gift of Jonathan Daniels, 1928 and 1960. 

MS64-681 
Young, Rachel (Barry) Burnap. 

Papers, 1735-1925. 81 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (3351) 

Chiefly correspondence (1851-76) of Mrs. Young of 
Onslow Co., N. C., with her Barry relatives in Texas. The 
letters from Texas describe the general economy of the 
neighborhood, the Temple of Honor organization, and local 
events including murders, horsethievery, and Indian scalp 
hunting, and were written from Navarro and Bosque coun- 
ties, and Waco. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Acquired, 1958. 

MS64-682 
Zacharie family. 

Papers, 1795-1913. ca. 175 items. 

In University of North Carolina Library, Southern His- 
torical Collection (1477) 

Accounts, shipping records, tax receipts, land papers, let- 
ter books, ledgers, accounts on shipping and real estate of 
James W. Zacharie & Company, New Orleans commission 
fb merchants, dating from 1840-70, and after 1870 for James S. 
™ Zacharie relating to cotton and insurance; military records 
(1863-64) of Colonel Francis C. Zacharie; and a letter book 
of James S. Zacharie as consul of Chile (1898-99). Includes 
correspondence (1864) of Gen. William J. Hardee with Jef- 
ferson Davis. 

Unpublished description in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. George W. Hardee, 1948. 

MS 64-688 
Black, Greene Vardiman, 1836-1915. 

Papers, 1867-1915. 9 ft 

In Northwestern University, Dental School Library. 

Dental educator and scientist Correspondence; research 
data on mottled enamel, dental filling materials, and in- 
vestigations on bacteriology, histology, and pathology; and 
MSS. of seven of Black's books on such topics as bacteria 
of the mouth, dental anatomy, and operative dentistry. 
Includes correspondence (1908-15) with Frederick McKay 
relating to mottled enamel, and correspondence about the 
World's Columbian Dental Congress, Chicago - (1893)- 

List of Black's writings in From pioneer to scientist, by 
Carl E. Black and Bessie M. Black (1940), p. 499-556. 
Gift of Arthur Davenport Black. 

MS64-684 
# Alexander, Charles, 1897-1962. 

Papers, 1915-61. 8 ft 

In University of Oregon Library. 

Author. Correspondence, and MSS. of stories which ap- 
peared in Detective fiction weekly, Black cat, Colliers, Ar- 
gosy, and other periodicals. Correspondents include Robert 
Ormond Case, Ernest Haycox, Walter Evans Kidd, and 
Edison Marshall. 

T nventory in the library. 



MS64-485 

Ttnlrar family. 

Papers of the Baker and Rawalt families, 1864-1959. 

6ft 

In University of Oregon Library. 

Correspondence, business records, and family papers of 
Walter Rawalt Baker (1883-1962), farmer and electrical 
engineer of Salem, Or.; Jonas Rawalt; John Rawalt, Jr., of 
Company i, 51st Regiment, Illinois Volunteers; the Baker 
family of Iowa; and the Rawalt fan ily. Material relates 
to the XXvil War; Oregon Agricultural College, 1904-08; 
the New Jerusalem Church in the 1920's; construction and 
maintenance of rural telephone lines; and official business 
with the Farmers Educational and Cooperative Union of 
America at the local, State, and national level. 



MS64-686 

Beattie, William Gilbert, 1874- 

Alaska papers, 1872-1989. 1 box 

In University of Oregon Library. 

Educator. Correspondence relating to the Metlakahtla 
Colony, Alaska; letters from Edward Marsden, and mem- 
orabilia relating to the University of Oregon summer school 
in Alaska (1929-51). 



MS64-687 
Burns, Thomas J 1876-1957. 

Papers, 1919-45. 1ft 
In University of Oregon Library. 

Political and social reformer and radical of Portland, Or. 
Letters, broadsides, and other published material of a 
polemical nature and generally radical origin. 



MS 64-688 
Chalmers, Henry, 1892-1958. 

Papers, 1921-58. 15 ft 

In University of Oregon Library. 

Economist Correspondence, memoranda, special studies, 
and position papers relating to economic affairs, especially 
commercial policy and the tariff, in connection with Chal- 
mers' position as Chief of the Foreign Tariffs Division, U. S. 
Dept of Commerce (1921-41) and adviser on commercial 
policy (1941-58). 



MS64-689 

Dana, Marshall Newport, 1885- 

Papers, 1949-62. 12 ft 

In University of Oregon Library. . 

Journalist and publicist Files concerning organizations 
and causes in which Dana was active as an officer or adviser. 
Includes material on the Columbia Basin Inter- agency Com- 
mittee, the National Reclamation Association, and conserva- 
tion plans and promotion. 



MS 64-690 
Dye, Alexander Vincent, 1876-1956. 
Papers, 1909-41. ca. 530 items. 
In University of Oregon Library. 
Letters, autobiography, and other papers relating to Dye s 
career as American consul in Nogales, Mexico (1909-13) ; 
representative of the U. S. War Trade Board in Norway 
(1917-19) ; and commercial attache" in Mexico City (1923- 
26), and Buenos Aires (1926-36). 



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Gellert, Nathan Henry, 1889-1959 ^ *"* 

Papers, 1911-56. 99 v. 
In University of Oregon Library. 

rtJ^JLr*?? r ii"?? ^ tieS Ktecutive - Papers relating to 
Ae wort of gellert (who was rice president mdiarg? of 
operations at Atlantic Gas Company) with gas Sanies 
and gas technology. Includes data^and condL^rf 1 
!w ? f^^^ 5 P"*** 5 ? ^d corporate records of the 
r^fJ^ 68 Vti ^ ^'Po^tion, American States UtilitS 
Corporation, and Seattle Gas Company, of which he wis 
president of the Board of Directors. 

Hoch family. MS 64-692 

Dance band arrangements, 1880-1927. 3300 items. 
In University of Oregon Library. 

JT°J m u ar ,i anCe T™ d arrangements and memorabilia col- 
W by Oscar, Lotta and Charles Hoch, who played in 

Multnomah School of Music, Portland, Or 
Index in the library. -> 

Horning, Walter HaroW, 1892-196L MS 64-693 

Papers, 1937-61. ca. 2 ft. 
In University of Oregon Library. 

Bur^T^ 5 a ^T rf Hominff ' ^ *>«*«• of the 

Lambert, Charles Edward. MS 64-694 

Correspondence, 1862-94. 65 items. 
J* University of Oregon Library. 

-Lf i hew ? c at ** uni ^ SoSl%£Sr 

mostly from his brother, Richard M. TW-£T 4 8 ^~ 84 )' 
ant in India (1867-93). ^^ Lambert, a civil serv- 

Lawrence, Ellis Pnner, 1879-1946 MS M ^ >5 

Papers, 1906-25. 5 ft. 
In University of Oregon Library 

andtTntes SSSST ^Holft? ** "*^ 
include Allen Eatra. J H ^i ^ Correspondents 

Willcox. Fnedlander, and Walter E. B. 

Inventory in the library. 

Merritt, Melvin Leroy, 1879-1961. MS 64-696 

Papers, 1870-1952. ca. 3 ft 
In University of Oregon Library 

we5^Llf fi lS P ? ineS ' Al8Ska ' "»* Padfic North- 
west, includes field diaries, personal diaries Merritt fwn 
dy papers, and field diaries' of7ohn Dennett GuS. 

Nelson, James Carlton, 1867-1944. MS 64 " 897 

Letters ; from Brarilian writers, 1929-43. 198 items. 
In Lmversity of Oregon Library ^^ 

Letters, mostly from Arthur Coelho de Sousa: and from 
otter Braalm writers, including Olympio qSZ jZ 

c£o w° bat0 ' Mario Mel °' "^^Q-*S5Si2r 



Oregon Rural Electric Cooperative Association. ^ M ^ 88 
Records, 1952-58. ca. 5 ft. 
In University of Oregon Library 

Association organized in 1942; earlier records were 6W 
stroyed by the association ^P 

n__i ». . _ MS 64-699 

Parker, Horatio Hyde, 1850-1924. 

Papers, 1844-1924. ca. 3 ft. 

In University of Oregon Library. 

Lawyer. Letters, diaries, genealogical files, and other 
?a ?^ Parker > who migrated from England to America 
m 1869 spent 20 years in the South, and moved to Portland, 
Ur. in 1887. Includes his diary containing an account of a 
tour m France (1867) ; letters describing life at a famiry 
summer resort in Seaview, Wash. (1888-1914) ; a diary of 
his father Alfred Parker, Manchester, Eng. bookseller; a 
diary of his son, Jamieson Parker, architect, of Portland. 
Or., describing life in New York City (1916-18) ; andgenea^ 
logical papers of the Boykin family of Alabama. Corre- 
spondents include Richard H. Thornton and Charles ErsMne 

bCOtt Wood. 

Inventory in the library. 



Wyckoff, Hubert Coke, 1901- 1B 6 ^" TO ° 

Papers, 1946-62. 36 ft. 

In University of Oregon Library. 

Lawyer Correspondence, notes, testimony, exhibits. 
briefs, and awards relating to various labor disputes in 
which Wyckoff was called in as arbitrator. uapmee m 

Index in the library. 



Barnhart, William, 1827 ( ca .)-i909. MS 64-701 

Business records, 1850-78. 7 v. and 7 folders. 

In Oregon Historical Society Library 

Merchant^ of Portland, Or. Business letters (early 
1850's) mostiy from San Francisco merchante to W £. 
JJarnhart and Co., and business account books (1851-M). 

Information on literary rights available in the library 



nil.... MS 64-702 

Colombia River Transportation Company. 

Records, 1874-75. 6 folders. 

In Oregon Historical Society Library. 

Cash returns with passenger lists of the steamer Otter 
£ortland. Or. to Cascades; waybills of the steamer Teaser, 
sept 1874; statements of waybills; and miscellaneous ac- 
counts, bills, and receipts. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 



Cooper, Jacob Calvin, 1845-1937. 

Papers, 1896-1907. 18 folders. ^ 

In Oregon Historical Society Library. W 

Civic leader Correspondence of Cooper, chairman of 
the Union State Committee, Union Bimetallic Party re- 
l£r^?VJ ,ming J: 0f D 1 emocr at i c, Republican, and Popu- 
hst political forces for the June, 1898, primary election in 
Oregon; and^ regarding organization (1907) of the Oregon 

ExhfbitiS PSm7 10 rePr8Sent ° MI ° n "*- ae Jame ^™ 
Information on literary rights available in the library. 



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MS 64-704 
Hnmiston, Wflson, and Company, Portland, Or. 
Records, 1859-64. lft. 
In Oregon Historical Society library. 
Business papers of a wholesale liquor company, including 
^M saloon orders (1863-64) from eastern Oregon, Washington, 
™ and Idaho mining camps and towns which also relay news 
of the mines and business conditions there; together with 
papers (1859-62) of its predecessor Hnmiston and Malten. 



MS 64-706 
Judge, James, 1866-1910. 

Papers, 1894-1907. ca. 2 ft 

In Oregon Historical Society Library. 

Assistant U S. Treasury Agent to the Seal Fisheries, 
Fribilof Islands. Personal and business correspondence 
(1894-1903) ; pocket notebooks (1897-1907) recording daily 
happenings, observations on seals, foxes, coal, and other 
topics; reports (1895, 1897, 1900, 1901, 1908, 1905) ; seal re- 
ports (1896-1904) ; fox reports (1900, 1901, ' 1908-04) ; 
journals (1896-97, 1900, 1901); census (1900) of St Paul 
and St George Islands; documents; and receipts. Includes 
a pocket notebook (1894) of Mrs. Judge. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Acquired, 1961. 



MS64-706 
Layton, Davis, 1822-1862. 

Papers, 1847-65. 9 folders. 
In Oregon Historical Society Library. 
Major, Go. H, 1st Regt, Oregon Mounted Volunteers 
(later Oregon Bangers) and sheriff of Linn Co., Or. Cor- 
A respondence, muster rolls, general and special orders, and 
quartermaster accounts (1855-57) at Fort Dalles, Or.; doc- 
uments x 1857-65) of Linn Co., Or.; and personal estate, and 
miscellaneous papers ( 1847-62) • 
Information on literary rights available in the library. 



MS64-707 
Nesmith, James Willis, 1820-1885. 

Papers, 1846-85. 2 ft 

In Oregon Historical Society library. 

Lawyer, State legislator, and U. S. Senator from Oregon. 
Mostly letters to Nesmith relating to his work as Super- 
intendent of Indian Affairs in Oregon, legislator, and Sena- 
tor, many of which reflect the pre-Civil War crisis in the 
Democratic Party; together with drafts of letters written 
by Nesmith, reports, speeches, Oregon voter list (1860), 
business records, family letters, and genealogical material. 
Correspondents include Jesse Applegate, Asahel Bush, 
George Law Curry, Matthew Paul Deady, Joseph Hooker, 
Joseph Lane, Robert NewelL and Benjamin Stark. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 



MS 64-708 
Norris, Shubrick, i. ca. 1828. 

f Business records, 1850-55. 11 v. and 6 folders. 
In Oregon Historical Society Library. 
Merchant, of Portland, Or. Ledgers, journals, cashbooks, 
daybooks, letter presscopybook, and papers of S. M Holder- 
ness and Co. (June-Oct, 1850) in which Norris was a part- 
ner; papers of Norris and Co. (1850-55) ; letters from Win- 
ter and Latimer, San Francisco merchants; and commissary 
accounts (1855), Oregon Mounted Volunteers, 1st Regiment 
Information on literary rights available in the library. 



MS 64-709 
Paquet, Joseph, 1841-1924. 

Papers, 1856-1923. 2 boxes. 

In Oregon Historical Society Library. 

Shipbuilder and general contractor, of Portland, Or. 
Pocket notebook (1856) with notes on the steamers Albany, 
Alert, and Oneonta; notebooks (1870, 1874-1923) ; ledger 
(1909-18) ; notebooks with specifications for steamers Ar- 
row no. 2, Astorian, Bailey Gatzert, Heather, Tahoma, Tele- 
phone no. 2, Albina ferry boat, and others; estimates for 
bids; memo books with bid estimates, construction notes on 
ships, barges, fishwheels, docks, etc. ; and miscellaneous let- 
ters, notes, bills, and receipts. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Dr. Joseph F. Paquet, 1962. 



MS64-710 
Portland, Or. Multnomah Engine Company No. 2. 

Records, 1856-82. 1 ft 
In Oregon Historical Society library. 
Correspondence, organizational papers, minutes, records 
of fires, membership lists, reports, bills and receipts. 
Information on literary rights available in the library. 



MS64-711 

Preston, John B 

Correspondence, 1853. 8 folders. 

In Oregon Historical Society Library. 

Surveyor general of the Oregon Territory. _ Letters, 
mostly from Donation Land claimants, registering com- 
plaints, making inquiries, etc; along with a few miscel- 
laneous business letters. 

Partial index in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 



MS 64-712 
Arnold, Mary EHicott, 1876- 

Papers, 1908-58. 2 boxes. 

In Radcliffe College, Women's Archives (A-122) 

Correspondence, reports, and other papers documenting 
the varied interests and activities of Miss Arnold and her 
life-long companion and co-worker, Mabel Reed. Topics 
covered include consumer cooperation, the building of co- 
operative housing units for Nova Scotia miners and New- 
foundland fishermen and the establishment of consumer co- 
operatives for the lobster fishermen along the Maine coast 

Gift of Miss Arnold, 1962. 



MS 64-718 

Beecher family. 

Papers, 1850-1946. 3 boxes. 

In Radcliffe College, Women's Archives (A-123) 

Correspondence, diaries, and photos, of James C. Beecher 
(1828-1886), his wife Frances (Johnson) Beecher Perkins 
(b. 1832) and their adopted twin daughters, Mary Frances 
(Beecher) Beecher (d. 1952) and Margaret (Beecher) Ward. 
Includes Civil War correspondence of Beecher, who com- 
manded the 1st North Carolina Colored Volunteers, and a 
few letters by other members of the Lyman Beecher family. 
Persons represented include Catharine Beecher (1800-1878), 
Thomas K Beecher (1824-1900), William Gillette (1853- 
1937), Isabella Beecher Hooker (1822-1907), Henry Or- 
lando Marcy (1837-1924), Harriet Beecher Stowo (1811- 
1896) and Charles Dudley Warner (1829-1900). 

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred T. Abeles, 1962. 



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MS 64-714 
Beecher family. 

Papers of the Beecher and Stowe families, 1798-1956. 
3 file drawers and 2 boxes. 
In Radcliffe College, Women's Archives (A-102) 
Correspondence, miscellaneous writings, clippings, and 
memorabilia. Includes Lyman Beecher Stowe's correspond- 
ence and research on Charlotte Perkins Gilman and Char- 
lotte Cushman, and a bibliography of the Beecher family. 
Names represented include American Woman's Association, 
D. H. Allen, Georgia May (Stowe) Allen (b. 1843). Catha- 
rine Beecher (1800-1878), Charles Beecher (1815-1900), 
Edward Beecher (1803-1895), Esther Beecher, Eunice White 
(Bullard) Beecher, Harriet Porter Beecher (d. 1835), Henry 
Ward Beecher (1813-1887), James Beecher (182&-1886), 
Itfdia B Jackson Beecher, Lyman Beecher (1775-1863), 
Thomas Kinmcut Beecher (1824-1900), Prue Beecher, Wil- 
liam Henry Beecher (1802-1889), Anne Isabelle (Milbank) 
Bynm, .baroness Byron (1792-1860), Maria Weston Chap- 
man (1806-1885), Charlotte Saunders Cushman (1816- 
£76*1 Mary Abigail Dodge, Emily (Merwine) Drury, 
George Eliot .pseud., (1819-1880), Charlotte Perkins (Stet 
son) Oilman , (1860-1985), Oliver Wendell Holmes (1809- 
1894) Isabella Beecher Hooker (1822-1907), Sarah Orne 
Jewett (1849-1909), Florence Nightingale (1820-1910), 
Frederic Beecher Perkins (1828-1899), Calvin Ellis Stowe 
(1802-1886), Charles Edward Stowe (b. 1850), Frederic 
William Stowe (1840-1870?), Eliza Tyler Stowe (b. 1836), 

^ i^""^ 6 ^ 811 - 189 «). Harriet Beecher Stowe^ 
n (b. 1836), Henry Ellis Stowe (1838-1857), Lyman 
Beecher Stowe (b. 1880) and Susan (Munroe) Stowe. 
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Beecher Stowe, 1958. 

"XJfC fULjT-lK 

Consumers' League of Massachusetts. 

Records, 1891-1955. 7 file drawers. 
In Badcliffe College, Women's Archives (B-24) 
Correspondence with individuals and organizations ar- 
ticles *nd reports by Consumers' League associates, publica- 
tions of the league, records of the National Consumers' 
League, and some publications of the National and other 
State leagues. Includes material on the work of the 
National Child Labor Committee, the Child labor amend- 
ment, efforts to raise the compulsory school attendance age, 
and other aspects of the child labor problem; and papers 
relating to working conditions in industry, particularly con- 
cerning women workers, and including such topics as wages 
and hours, sweatshops, homework, industrial poisoning, 
strikes, unions, social security and workmen's compensation. 
Persons represented include Abraham Epstein, Edward A. 

wFhPFL HeW ^. Carolme Hosl ey> Edith M Howes, 
Ethel M Johnson, Florence Kelley, Rosamund Lamb, Cor? 
hss Lamonlj Beatrice McConnell, Elizabeth S. Magee, 
£?!£* S ;, MJle i F™ 11065 Perkins, Louise Stitt, Jeanette 
Studley Mary Heaton Vorse, Robert J. Watt, and Mar- 
garet Weisman. 



TWQ RA—J71 ft 

Gardner, Mary SewaU, 1871-1961. 
Papers, 1902-54. 4 boxes. 
In Badcliffe College, Women's Archives (A-137) 

/n££ blic health nurse - Correspondence, school notebooks 
(1902, 1904), materials for a study of public health nursing 
in the 1930's throughout the world, and other papers relat- 
ing to public health nursing, the Providence District Nurs- 
mg Association, the National Organization for Public 
Health Nursing, and the Red Cross in Europe during World 



d i, t ..- ,„ t MS 64-717 

Hull, Josephine (Sherwood) 1877J-1957. 

Papers, 1871-1956. 10 file boxes and 1 package. 

In Badcliffe College, Women's Archives ( A-94) 

Actress. Letters, diaries, notebooks, and photos. ; together A 

with programs and scripts of plays acted in or produced byW 

Mrs. Hull. Represented in the collection are the American 

Theatre Wing and the Stage Women's War Relief. 

MS 64-718 
Flora family. 

Papers, 1794-192L 24 file boxes. 
In Badcliffe College, Women's Archives (A-132) 
Letters, diaries, clippings, and photos, of the Poor, Pierce, 
Hedge, Tappan, and other related families, covering five 
generations of New England life. Represented in the col- 
lection are Henry Varnum Poor (1812-1905), railroad 
journalist and economist; his wife, Mary (Pierce) Poor 
(1820-1912), participant in social reform movements; the 
Rev. John Pierce (1773-1849), minister of the First Church 
of Brookline, Mass.; Lucy (Tappan) Pierce; Lucy (Pierce) 
Hedge; Frederic Henry Hedge (1805-1890), transcendenta- 
list minister; and Henry William Poor (1844-1915), New 
York banker. 



a - i i»_ ,„ . MS64-719 

Quick, Frances (Merritt) 1833-1924. 

Papers, 1850-64. 1 file box. 

In Badcliffe College, Women's Archives (A-135) 

Letters, diaries (1854-58, 1864), and scrapbook of the wife 

of the Rev. A J. Quick as a student and teacher at the 

Framingham, Mass., State Normal School. Includes a MS. 

entitled Female education, by Caroline Prescott (b. 1803) of 

the Female Academy (1817). 

MS 64— 720 
Simons, Frieda (Hennock) 1904-1960. 

Papers, 1922-60. 20 boxes. 
In Badcliffe College, Women's Archives (A-136) 
Lawyer, of New York City. Correspondence, notes, 
drafts, speeches, opinions, and other papers relating to Mrs. 
Simons' work as a member of the Federal Communications 
Commission (1948-55); together with some personal cor- 
respondence before 1948, and papers relating to her legal 
work after 1955. • 



White, Sallie Elizabeth (Joy) 1852M909. 

Papers, 1828-1936. 3 boxes. 

In lladcliffe College, Women's Archives (A-126) 

Journalist, of Boston, Mass. Family correspondence let- 
ters received from notables, and clippings of Mrs. White's 
newspaper articles and columns, largely advice on fashion, 
Household problems, reports of women's rights activities, 
and local news. Includes papers of Mrs. White's daughter, 
Grace Elinor Joy White (Mrs. Chester Pratt). 

Gift of Mrs. Stanley Talbot and Mrs. Rhoda Hanson, 

MS 64-7! 
Anderson family. 

Papers, 1848-1948. 30 ft (ca. 45,000 items) . 

In Stanford University Library. 

Personal and business letters, literary and scientific MSS., 
official and legal documents, and clippings comprising a his- 
tory of Edward Coffin Anderson (1821-1890) ; his sons, Mel- 
ville Best Anderson (1851-1933) and Edward Playfair An- 
derson (1856-1951) ; and grandsons, Malcolm Playfair 
Anderson (1878-1919) and Robert Van Vleck Anderson 



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Anderson family. Papers, 1848-1948. (Continued) 

(1884-1949) ; together with general material on the Ander- 
son, Best, Playfair, Gurnee, and Van Vleck families. Of 
particular interest is the extensive correspondence relating 
to the literary career of Melville Best Anderson, including 
his interchange of letters with Francis Fisher Browne (1843- 
1913), editor of The Dial magazine. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Robert Van Vleck Anderson (Gracella Bonn- 
tree), 1963. 



MS 64-723 
Bradford, James (Hey. 

Papers, 1869-1919. ca. 3 ft 

In Stanford University Library. 

Employee and historian of Wells, Fargo, and Company. 
Correspondence (1888-1919) ; articles on early stagecoaching 
and its problems, and on the Pony Express; photos, of stage- 
coaches; and identification photos, of Wells, Fargo employ- 
ees. Includes correspondence (1879-1902) and a diary 
(1869-70) of Henry Chester Ward, a Wells, Fargo employee. 

Unpublished register in the library. 

Gift of Harriet Bradford, 1919. 



„ , MS 64-724 

Bosch, Niven, 1903- 

Papers, 1959-62. 75 items. 

In Stanford University Library. 

Author. Correspondence between Busch and Henry 
Simon of Simon and Schuster, inc. ; outline for a novel, A 
love story (later, The San Franciscans) ; original MS. and 
final draft, both with corrections, of The Sari Franciscans. 

Unpublished register in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Niven Busch, 1962. 



^_ MS64-725 

Crofters, George Edward, 1870-1957. 

Papers, 1885-1957. ca. 16 ft (ca. 10,500 items) 

In Stanford University Library. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Lawyer and judge, of San Francisco. Correspondence 
(mostly 1930-57), speeches, articles, legal material, organi- 
zational minutes, general memoranda, newspaper clippings, 
and printed matter, concerning the founding and early yean 
(1902-12) of Stanford University, with emphasis on legal 
matters; U. S. relations with the Republic of China (ca. 
1920-40) ; California State normal schools; and U. S. eco- 
nomic affairs and monetary policy (ca. 1920-40). 

Unpublished register in the library. 

Gift of the estate of George Edward Crothers, 1961. 



MS 64-726 
Elwell, Cyril Frank, 1884-1963. 

Papers, 1941-61. ca. 2 ft 

In Stanford University Library. 

Electrical engineer. Several versions of Elwell's auto- 
biography, including one written under a pseudonym; to- 
gether with correspondence with possible ghost writers, 
especially R. B. Stone ; technical material ; and clippings and 
other biographical sources. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Elwell, 1963. 



MS 64-727 
Exactns Photo-Film Corporation, Palo Alto, Calif. 

Records, 1914-18. ca. 2 ft. (ca. 1525 Hems) 

In Stanford University Library. 

Correspondence, work reports, inventories, financial pa- 
pers, legal and official documents, American Consular Serv- 
ice reports on overseas film distribution, descriptions and 
illustrations for patent applications, scenarios, promotional 
brochures, miscellaneous printed articles, photos.,' and short 
filmstrips of an educational film enterprise, which was 
founded by T. K. Peters and D. Lever, with the assistance of 
Harry C. Peterson, members of the Stanford faculty, and 
other California educators who gave consultative and finan- 
cial assistance. Includes correspondence of the Palo Alto 
Film Corporation, which took over the remainder of 
Exactus. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Samuel Stark, 1962. 

MS 64-728 
Foerster, Norman, 1887- 

Papers, ca. 1900-49. ca. 120 items. 

In Stanf ord University Library. 

Author and editor. Letters and literary MSS. from poets 
and political and scientific figures whose writings were to be 
published in anthologies edited by Foerster. Some letters 
pertain to the creative writing program at the University of 
Iowa. Correspondents include Stephen Vincent Benet, T. S. 
Eliot, Paul Engle, Robert Frost, and Paul Green. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Norman Foerster, 1963. 

MS 64-729 
Gibbons, A S 

Correspondence, 1852-58. 59 items. 

In Stanford University Library. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Itinerant Methodist clergyman and teacher. Letters 
(1852-57) of Gibbons and his wife, Sarah Cloud Gibbons, 
to her family in Virginia, containing descriptions of domes- 
tic problems and the temperance movement. Includes letters 
(1854-58) concerning James A Krebs, a prospector; and a 
letter (July 22, 1854) to H.H. Heath concerning schools and 
law practice in San Francisco. 

Unpublished register in the library. 

Gift of George C. Taylor, 1939. Formerly owned by 
G. H. Dortchs. 

MS 64-730 
Guerard, Albert Joseph, 1914- 

Papers. 1 ft 

In Stanford University Library. 

Author and teacher. MSS., typescripts, galley proofs, 
and page proofs of Guerard's works, The hunted, Masqui- 
sard, Amlrd Gide, and Conrad, the novelist. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in Jhe library. 

Gift of Dr. Guerard, 1963. 

MS 64-781 
Hosmer, Charles. 

Letters of Charles and Edward Hosmer, 1849-63. 69 
items. 

In Stanford University Library. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Letters of the Hosmer brothers, who left Avon, N. Y. in 
1849, relating to Charles' overland trip by wagon train and 
Edward's trip by boat around Cape Horn to California; 
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HosmerrCharle& — l^ttsrs-of-Charles and Edward Hosmer, 
1849-53. (Continued) ~ — - 

Charles' return to New York to proceed with litigation 
against a partner who had robbed them; and Edward's 
unsuccessful prospecting in the Feather River area. Con- 
tains descriptions of early San Francisco, including the peo- 
ple, business houses, shipping, and the weather. 

Unpublished register in the library. 

Gift. 



rr " ™. T . MS64-732 

Kane, Thomas Leiper, 1822-1883. 
Papers, 1846-86. ca. 70- items. 
In Stanford University Library. 

Law clerk, and Army officer. Letters, diaries, agree- 
ments, clippings, notes, drafts, sketches, and diagrams, 
covering primarily Kane's two trips "West, in 1846-47 
and in 1958. Material relates to the Mormons, their his- 
tory, migrations, persecutions, and characteristics; and 
contains descriptions of the difficulties of "a long sea voyage 
and of the country along the Missouri River, across the 
Isthmus of Panama, and between San Bernardino, Calif, and 
Salt Lake City, Utah. Includes some extraneous material 
not related to the Mormons or to the West 

Unpublished guide in the library. Portions of this mate- 
rial have been published in The private papers and diary of 
Thomas Leiper Kane, a friend of the Mormons, edited by 
Oscar O. Winter (1937) and in The Utah Expedition, 1857- 
1858, vol. 8 of The Far "West and the Rockies historical 
series, 1820-1875, edited by LeRoy R. Hafen (1954-62) 
Purchase. 



Lewis, Janet, 189ft- MS64-733 

Papers, 1948-61. ca. 500 items. 

In Stanford University Library. 
^Author. Letters, musical and literary MSS. and type- 
scripts, reviews, periodicals, and photos., mostly relating ^o 
the opera, The wife of Martin Guerre, with libretto byMii 
Lewis and score by William Laurence Bergsma (b 1921). 
Includes a typescript of Poems, 1924-1944, and typescripts 
and proofs of Keiko's bubble and Earth bound. Ji ^ p,B 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Liformation on literary rights available in the library. 

(*ixt of Miss Lewis (Mrs. Yvor Winters) , 1963. 

urni ,,. - , B MS 64-734 

Miller, John Franklin, 1831-1886. 

Papers, 1848-86. 2 ft. (ca. 3750 items) 

In Stanford University Library. 
_ Lawyer, Union Army officer, and U. S. Senator from Cali- 
fornia. Personal and military correspondence, business, 
financial and legal papers, official documents, clippings, 
photos, and printed matter (mostly 1848-65) dealing with 
Miller's early legal career and military service.. Material 
covers Miller's service in Tennessee as * colonel and brevet 
major general during the Civil War; his business and politi- 
cal activities in California after the war; and the Alaska 
Commercial Company. Letters (1880-86) relate to his term 
as U. S. Senator from California and his position as chair- 
man of the Foreign Relations Committee. Correspondents 
include Schuyler Colfax, John Currey, Andrew Johnson, 
Hugh McCulloch, Mrs. James K Polk, and General William 
Starke Rosecrans. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. J. K Cecil, 1955. 



MS 64-786 
Norris, Kathleen (Thompson) 1880- 

Papers. 9 ft. 

In Stanford University Library. 

Author. MSS. of Certain people of importance, The 
black Flemings, and other major works, short stories, and^P 
magazine articles by Mrs. Norris. Includes MSS. of four of 
the works of her husband, Charles Gilman Norris (1881- 
1945) : Brick without straw, Flint, Hands, and The crackle- 
ware jar. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Norris, 1954 and 1963. 



ire fi4_J7ftft 

Shoup, Paul, 1874-1946. 

Papers, 1928-46. ca. 5 ft (ca. 7500 items) 

In Stanford University library. 

Business executive. Business and personal correspond- 
ence, business, legal and financial papers, bills and acts of 
Congress, governmental documents, political campaign ma- 
terial, minutes of meetings, texts of articles and addresses, 
telegrams, dippings, calling cards, and printed materials 
covering the period of Shoup's presidency (1929-32) and 
vice chairmanship (1932-38) of the Southern Pacific Com- 
pany and his interest and involvement with development and 
oil companies, notably the Tide Water Oil group. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Carl Sumner Shoup and the late Jack Wilson 
Shoup, 1961. 



MS 64-787 
Stegner, Wallace Earle, 1909- ~ 

Papers. 2 ft W 

In Stanford University Library. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) ; and, photocopies (posi- 
tive) obtained by Stegner of originals in Brigham Young 
University and the Utah State Historical Society. 

Author and English professor. Correspondence, research 
notes and MSS., and corrected typescripts, all related to 
Stegner's published works, including the MSS. for Women 
on the wall; Sabrina; and Beyond the hundredth meridian, 
together with letters to and from Stegner regarding his 
research on John Wesley Powell (1884-1902). Turing 
photocopies of diaries or portions of diaries of Oliver B. 
Huntington, Patience Loader, Pioneer Company A of 1881, 
John Pulsipher, George Laub, Amasa M Lyman, Hosea 
Stout, Appleton M Harmon, Levi Jackman, journal of the 
1852 Immigration Company, Norton Jacob, and John Bond, 
obtained by Mr. Stegner for work on his book, The Marmot 
trail - 
Unpublished guide in the library. 
Information on literary rights available in the library. 
Gift of Wallace E. Stegner, 1961 and 1968. 



White, Stephen MaDory, 1853-190L 

Papers, 1871-1901. 28 ft ^ 

In Stanford University Library. * 

Lawyer and politician, of California. Correspondence 
and other papers relating to White's career as lawyer, Los 
Angeles district attorney, State and U. S. Senator. The 
legal papers concern estates, water rights, incorporations, 
mortgages and other documents pertaining to property; and 
include correspondence from clients and other legal firms 
dealing with the tidelands oil issue during the lSgCs and 
the Itata incident of 1891, for which "White was the attorney 



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White, Stephen Maflory, 1853-1901. Papers, 1871-1901. 
(Continued) 

for the defense. Correspondence with city and county offi- 
cials and with editors and publishers of California news- 
^k papers and magazines reflect local issues and events and 

^ politics at the grass roots level in California. Papers while 

White was in Washington, D. C. include letters received 
concerning patronage, tariff, annexation, pensions, appeals 
for clemency, the Chinese problem, the free silver question, 
Indian rights, discrimination against Catholics, Negro 
rights, and the Itata incident. Scrapbooks of newspaper 
clippings cover all aspects of White's career. Correspond- 
ents or names mentioned in the correspondence include 
James Gordon Bennett; Ambrose Bierce; Gamaliel Brad- 
ford; William Jennings Bryan; Thomas V. Cator; Charles 
F. Crocker; Josephus Daniels; George H. Dole; John T. 
Doyle; William D. English; William F. Foots; Jessie Ben- 
ton Fremont; Samuel Gompers; Creed Haymond; William 
Bandolph Hearst; Frank Moffitt; John S. Mosby ; Harrison 
Gray Otis; James D. Phelan ; William A. Pinkerton; Theo- 
dore Roosevelt; Elihu Boot; George H. Shibley; Leland 
Stanford; Adlai E. -Stevenson (1835-1914); Miqi Tejeda, 
captain of the Itata; Wells, Fargo and Company; and 
Charles Whitehead. 
Unpublished register and calendar in the library. 
Gift of the White family, 1917 and 1922. 

MS 64-739 
Williams, Mary Wflhelmine, 1878-1944: 
Papers, 1911-43. ca.2ft. 
In Stanford University Library-. 

Professor of history. Correspondence (1921-32) with 
H. R Holand regarding the Kensington stone controversy; 

♦ letters and diaries of trips, including one to Latin America 
in 1926-27 for a special educational survey for the American 
Association of University Women; letters, clippings, and 
reviews (1932-40) regarding Dr. Williams' writings, par- 
ticularly Dom Pedro the magnanimous; MSS. of her writ- 
ings; letters (1934-40) concerning the Convention for the 
Promotion of Inter- American Cultural Relations; letters 
(1936-43) principally written by Heloise Brainerd, from the 
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, U. S. 
Section, and dealing with inter- American cooperation; 
material regarding the Columbus Memorial Lighthouse; 
and a f older of letters concerning arrangements for the 1940 
meeting of the American Historical Association. Corre- 
spondents include Cordell Hull and Anne Morrow Lind- 
bergh. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of the Hoover- Institution on War, Revolution and 
Peace, 1960. 

MS 64-740 
Epperson, B H 1836-1878. 

Papers, 1836-78. 831 items. 

In University of Texas Library, Texas Archives. 

Lawyer, politician, and railroad president, of Jefferson, 
Tex. Correspondence, accounts, legal papers, speeches, bio- 
graphical sketches, and other papers. The correspondence 
Af generally deals with politics, Texas business, land, railroad 
building, governmental finance, and Indians. Includes let- 
ters relating to Epperson's law practice in Texas, his activi- 
ties as a lawyer for the Chickasaw Indians, the Civil War, 
his attempts to retrieve the 1851 Texas indemnity bonds 
issued during the Civil War, and the Memphis, El Paso, and 
Pacific Railroad. 

Unpublished inventory and calendar in the library. 

Purchased from B. H. and Jeane Epperson, 1931. 



MS 64-741 
Erskine, Andrew Nelson, 1826-1862. 

Papers, 1845-62. ca. 100 items. 

In University of Texas Library, Texas Archives. 

Soldier, surveyor, and public official of Guadalupe Co., 
Tex. Correspondence, legal documents, and an article on 
Erskine's life by his son, B. H. Erskine. The letters from 
1845-59 were written to Erskine and are personal or concern 
family business. Those after 1859 were written by Erskine 
to his wife. During this period Erskine fought in the Cor- 
tina "Wars in the Brownsville, Tex. vicinity and in the 4th 
Texas Kegt., Hood's Brigade. Includes letters of Michael 
Erskine (father of Andrew) from California in the late 
1850's giving instruction on handling his property. 

Acquired from B. H. Erskine, 1928. 

MS 64-742 

Ewell family. 

Papers. 1789-1924. ca. 115 items. 

In University of Texas Library, Texas Archives. 

Correspondence, diaries, accounts, commonplace books, 
genealogical records, and printed matter, of the Jesse Ewell 
family of Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Texas. The 
correspondence is all of a personal nature and includes some 
family business and descriptions of the country in which the 
writers are located, for example, San Antonio, Tex (ca. 1855- 
66). Persons represented include F. B; Ewell; F. W. Ewell, 
Fannie Ewell, J. B. Ewell, Jesse Ewell, M W. Ewell, Mattie 
Ewell, and T.B. Ewell. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Fannie Ewell Mullen, 1929. 

MS 64-743 
Finley, Richard W 1851-1937. 

Papers, 1883-1915. ca. 1 ft. 

In University of TexasLibrary, Texas Archives. 

Banker and public official of Texas. Correspondence 
(1898-1903) relating to Finley's career as Texas State Comp- 
troller, accounts, maps of New Orleans, newspaper clippings, 
pamphlets, and other papers. Includes membership books 
(1889-1912) and records of the Grand Lodge Knights of 
Honor of Texas. 

Purchased from E. L. Shettles, 1938* 

MS 64-744 
Fisher, Henry F 1805-1867. 

Papers. 1830-70. ca. 420 items. 

In University of Texas Library, Texas Archives. 

Diplomat and land speculator. Correspondence, accounts, 
legal papers relating to land transactions, and newspaper 
clippings on miscellaneous subjects. The correspondence, 
written mostly in German, reflects Fisher's activities as 
German consul in Texas and later Texas consul in Germany, 
and as acting secretary of the San Saba Colonization Com- 
pany. Most of the accounts are concerned with the ban 
Saba colonization venture for German immigration into 

Texas. _ 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Purchased from E. L. Shettles. 1919. 

MS 64-745 
Franklin, Benjamin Cromwell, 1805-1878. 
Papers, 1805-1915. ca.4ft. 
In University of Texas Library, Texas Archive 
In part, transcripts (handwritten) _ 

Lawyer, judge, and legislator, of Galveston, Tex. Cor- 
respondence, legal papers, accounts, memorandum and record 
books (ca. 1880-1910), maps, newspaper clippings (1866- 
1900) and miscellaneous items. Franklin's correspondence 
(ca 1825-73) with S. F. Austin, John Forbes, Sam Houston, 
Ira Ingram, H. H League, T. J. Rusk, William Vince, J. C. 
Watrous, and S. M Williams concerns litigation in which 



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IMS. (Continued) A0U <>-1873. p ape rs, i805- 

respondence \S^JBn^° , t ?* the K*. The cor- 
relates almost «clSj g^J**-* * Franklin and 
a judge. The feral mm.;. 7 n ? ?? r as an attorney and 

KoberrFranklinfinffira-S^ ^ S^"* 1 »* 
several estate papers pmnis^ i *° 6nter Texas ( 1805 )> 

for land in Leftwich's gram (isas? A ^ ficates ^ed 
^on of the Mississippf^i S^ e artlcles ° f *s°cia- 
decree (1820), e0Bti S a , JSStS tiSe?^' * f Paniah 
fen of land, and copiesof 1™Tt? i j • Sa . les ' Md trans- 
Crescent Lumber Cj Inc l"des a timebook of the 
Purchased from Mattie A. Franklin, 1922. 

Frazier family. MS 64-746 

Papers, 1839-1910. 150 items. 

Unpublished StJfeaxy^ 1110 ^^- 
Deposited by Murray S. Dickso^W. 

Frazor family. MS 64-747 

Papers, 1784-1884. 50 items. 
*n University of Texas Library Te*., 4 k- 
Account books cotton «^i i ' ^ Archives. 
Confederated £5 slaVe records ' bi ^, receipts, 
f^Pte, legal docSSte ndT™ attached ' notes > <** 
letter (1884) to T DJW i ?* papers - deludes a 
the estete of Mol B £Z? *3I * *» «* of land in 
interest and how much waToweH *Jw ° n %V° oalculat « 
piled in 1819) ; land p^T^ ^°^ " FraZOr (com - 
Frazor (d. 181 9 wL t^ North ^rolina of Daniel 

Moses b! pS s ?eirJf ; "* **« »—C2 
from the U. S for hT^T- *?T& to secure a Pennon 

Deposited by Mrs. Hugo KuehnJ 1 93 1. 



notes, cancelled envelop- L~ Statements and promissory 

»W to <*» adminisSareSt^^^ «?«*» ^ 
by the Colored Knights of"pS ^ d l^* 18 Published 
^retary Most^thffett^^^ Fulmore was 
Fulmore as a lawyer in AnsS. TeT^ ^ Were ^tten to 
as litigation, land fe^t^ * 0OTW *»* ****** 

ters, cement eSc Swllf ""* ? Uestians > P"*>nal mat, 
PuMicationsV ^iSSSffiSSg?--"*^.-* 
fort m Spanish territory T>Ti ~ ^concern a French 
with land, money ITd ouk2 in ^ *"£ 184 °- 56 deal 
ments (chiefly after 188of£!T J* TeM& ^ J ^J docu- 
^d titles, ««£L^EK^ °* •*««* »*•, 
Unpublished guideinSHbr^ M,dlandsUrVe ^ 



-^ ^' W Uni0 n Ca ^og of Manuscr i^CnlL 



'ections 



Fulton, .George Ware, 1810-1893 ^ 6 *" 7tt 

ca. 5'? ° f Ge0r &> W - «* 'James C. Fulton, 1836 - 1911 

buS^rSr^'Cl^umS^ "«*• - «*• 
and other papers'of C^rte^F 1 «J"* ,$"** matter, 
railroad superintendent » JI v ' soldler ' Journalist, 

(me-ms^Sr^d £»SSS". ST ^ ^ 
the Fulton family; the oJZS&'^S^S^ ° f 
the Aransas Lumber n„ mn „„„ , ^r • rastur e Company; 
Company SSesVonE'rf Caruthe ^ F^ton and 
and business in X7eld, T ^ Wlth personal otters 
Inmb^ing^eVft^^^^raaroading, ,and, 

Aransas Pass barbo^ie^^l^^t «f ^e 
George T7. Fulton on a trip a«W tI« If 3 5" kept b ? 
to San Antonio The leeS S i*?? ™ ^o^oches 
the estates of GeorS WbSSTJS^* ^ o rentory of 
papers, surveys of Lds ' n,w d HeM7 Smith ^ '^d 
charS of thrOcLr^w Pa S C^mr ti0n % COntracts ' 
on litigation concerning morSL^ 1 " 17 ' ™f material 
Unpublished guide^ir& deedS ' tmd tases " 

a^ol^ cL^/^&Sr 7 Smi * F ^ 

G ^rrS^s^7ft entAss ^ ti - MS64 " 750 

SwSl"* fi TeXa * ^ brai y' Te ^ Archives. 

(the Executive Committee ^^l a6 T, C r inittee of 21 
Council committee) and of the Dock and Marine 

^^ed guide in the library. m\ 

urn of the association, 1936. ^ 

Glasgow family. MS 64-751 

Papers, 1795-ca. 1889. ca. 1 ft. 

of Virginia. MostofS?^- ( ^ la ^ w family, planters 

slavernarmn^ landtln^Z?^^ ^ ^ bae «». 
Personal -»Xf .S^i^^^^l*"** 
Harrel TT S v «^j "gainst and refutation by A. D 

indentures, ^tSSS^^^ ( ^^^ 
land), articles of agreement ^rnL^f / Negroes md 
orders, petitions. deeT^^'J Wo ™ statements, military 

speeches, mosUybyla^erBDoL^- * ^^ "* 
dition of the U S S • D ° Iman » dealing with the con- 
women Ld p^tii-^?! *^ *»*> *ne Posltion^of 

Civil War* ^? itemTind u d fi l0TO; "* S ° ngS abont ^ 
Hawkins' MawSaM inSi^n a mnster ™U of B. C. 

Virginia VorunteSSu^a^r^^lf^^ ^ f 
torsoftheAmerican^ltiffls^^/ 1 ^ # 
colony in Liberia, an account hook?L£Sf Jj*.* v*° • 
Co., Va. Courthouse: and a ■ firm-fcjT^ / of . the Amherst 
£864-65) of RockTridge^^ a ^^r kindbo * 
William Barrett, C P lw£U t Correspondents include 
Garland, £b HarreL B F^ ^ am6S B " Domaa < Samuel 
Other name, TreprSted L!f g f' "^ WiUiam Sn »iley. 

Garland, BobrtSBtaaS ^^ 1 f° 8eph T C ? 1<5man < Jam * 
John Ke^r. -^exander Glasgow, John Irvine, and 

Unpublished guide in the library. 



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MS 64-752 
Goodnight, Charles, 1836-1929. 

Papers, 1882-1930. ca. 175 items. 

In University of Texas Library, Texas Archives. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) and photocopies (nega- 
A live) made from original records in the IT. S. Court of 
Claims and from material owned by Charles Goodnight and 
J. E. Haley. 

Soldier, cattleman, and rancher. Correspondence; court 
records (1891-1900) in the case of Goodnight vs. the U. S. 
and the Comanche Indians, in which Goodnight sought 
compensation for cattle stolen from hi™ by the Comanches 
in 1867 ; and articles by Goodnight on cattalo, Bill Williams' 
escape from the Indians and the first settlement in the Texas 
Panhandle. The bulk of the correspondence (ca. 1916-29) 
is between Goodnight and Edward Seymour, an executive 
of the American Bison Society, and concerns buffalo, cattalo, 
cattle, ranching, and personal matters. Other correspond- 
ence, with such men as Frost Hunt and George Hunt, relates 
to Indians, the Panhandle Breeder's Association, and the 
John Charles Beales land grant 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Purchase and gift from Charles Goodnight and J. E. 
Haley through the Littlefield Fund for Southern History, 
ca. 1930-32. 

MS 64-753 
Goodridge, Charles Fred, d. 1930. 
Papers, 1904-29. 358 items. 
In University of Texas Library, Texas Archives. 
Editor, politician, and labor leader. Correspondence, 
bills and resolutions, magazine and newspaper articles, bul- 
letins, circulars, and other papers. Includes Goodridge's 
correspondence as an official of the Joint Labor* Legislative 
Board of Texas, and as editor of the Texas railway journal 

♦ and the Southwestern railway journal, dealing with labor's 
legislative problems, such as prices, bills in the legislature, 
and politics; subscriptions; advertising; and personal mat- 
ters; and a 1929 digest of bills passed by the Texas Legis- 
lature. 
Unpublished guide in the library. 
Gift of Ruth Allen, Ben L. Owens, and Mrs. Myners, 
1941. 

MS 64-754 
Graham, Edwin S 1831-1899. 

Papers, 1S25-1917. ca. 2 ft 

In University of Texas Library, Texas Archives. 

In part, transcripts. 

Land agent and businessman. Correspondence (1857-95), 
diaries { 1870-72), reminiscences, daybooks, account books, 
tax receipts, bills, inventories, cancelled checks, legal docu- 
ments, newspaper clippings, articles, broadsides, and calling 
cards. The correspondence relates to business ventures in 
the salt works of Young Co., Tex., land, money, purchases 
and sales, and personal matters and describee Graham's 
trips between Texas and Kentucky and the founding and life 
of Graham, Tex. The legal documents include bills of 
sale of land and Negroes, indentures, deeds, articles of agree- 
ment, iield notes of surveys, powers of attorney, leases, court 
summons, wills, certificates of election, licenses, insurance 
policies, certificates of stock, and papers relating to litiga- 
^ tion. Includes an autobiography of Addie M Graham; a 
™ biography of Robert Graham ; and articles dealing with 
Peter's Colony Lands in Young Co., Tex. and with Graham's 
attempts to encourage emigration to this area. Names repre- 
sented include Gustavus A. Graham, Malcolm K. Graham, 
other members of the Graham family, the Texan Emigration 
and Land Company, and the Graham City Improvement and 
Land Company. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Graham's son, E. S. Graham, 1942. 



MS 64-766 
Green, Thomas Jefferson, 1801-1863. 

Papers, 1789-1872. ca. 150 items. 

In University of Texas Library, Texas Archives. 

In part, transcripts (handwritten) and photocopies (posi- 
tive) made from originals at the University of North 
Carolina. 

Planter, legislator, and soldier, of North Carolina. Cor- 
respondence; documents and notes cm the Yazoo Land 
Company; deeds for Negroes; draft of appointment of 
Thomas P. Robb and others to investigate Texas Indian 
and Mexican depredations; and pamphlets. The corre- 
spondence, largely 1835-36, is mostly of a business nature 
and includes several from the governments of revolutionary 
Texas and the Republic of Texas. Other letters concern 
national politics, the tariff and land question, settlement of 
estates, and personal matters. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Purchased from the Green estate and the University of 
North Carolina, 1931- 

MS 64-756 
Groce family. 

Papers, 1824-71. ca. 80 items. 

In University of Texas Librnry, Texas Archives. 

In part, transcripts (handwritten) and photocopies (neg- 
ative) 

Legal documents, accounts, tax receipts, promissory notes, 
five letters (1852-69) and other papers of the Jared E. 
Groce family which arrived in Texas ca. 1822. The legal 
documents (chiefly 1824-41) include deeds to land, bills of 
sale, Leonard Waller Groce's license to practice law, wills, 
contract, and bonds. Bound with the transcript of a diary 
(1866-67) containing material on trading in Mexico, the 
care of slaves, and the raising and shipping of cotton, are 
an inventory of Jared E. Groce's slaves and a short gene- 
alogy of the Groce family. Other persons represented in- 
clude Stephen F. Austin, David G. Burnet, C. A. Groce 
(Mrs. Leonard W. Groce), J. W. McDade, and John A. 
Wharton. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Deposited by and gift of Barbara Groce and the Little- 
field Fund, 1930. 

MS 64-757 
Hanrick, Edward. 

Papers, 1831-70. ca. 250 items. 

In University of Texas Library, Texas Archives. 

Resident of Montgomery, Ala. Correspondence, accounts, 
bills, legal documents, maps, and newspaper clippings. In- 
cludes material on Texas land, the Alabama Land Com- 
pany, the Bank of the United States in Mobile, Ala., legal 
matters, politics and secession, conditions in the Confed- 
eracy, and Hanrick's pardon and oath of allegiance to the 
U. S. Correspondents include William G. Hale, Asa 
Maxey, and Robert M Williamson. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of the Texas State Historical Association, 1928. 
Formerly owned by R. A. Hanrick. 

MS 64-758 
Harlan, Charles T 

Letters, 1844-56. ca. 75 items. 

In University of Texas Library, Texas Archives. 

Soldier, bookkeeper, and handyman. Letters (1844-53) 
from Harlan to his sweetheart, Julia Le Grand, dealing 
with personal matters, the Battle of New Orleans in 1815, 
politics and local events around Vicksburg, Miss., Harlan's 
experiences in Monterey during the Mexican War, and his 
1700 mile trip on foot from Vicksburg to Calif ornia in 1849. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Eugene C. Barker, 1953. Formerly owned by 
Julia Le Grand and Mrs. Frederick Weeden. 



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MS 64-759 
Henderson, Thomas Stalworth, 1859-1937. 

Papers, 1852-1936. ca. 57 ft. 

In University of Texas Library, Texas Archives. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 
Lawyer, judge, public official, and politician, of Texas. 
Correspondence, account books, bills, receipts, legal docu- 
ments, photos., pamphlets, newspaper clippings, and miscel- 
laneous printed material. Two thirds of the collection is 
composed of business correspondence relating to legal and 
financial matters, the University of Texas, land, and poli- 
J^r ^ ludes .sports presented to the Board of Regents 
of the University of Texas about its operation and blue- 
prints of the plant of the main university. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of the Henderson family, 1938-40. 

Mann, Thomas, d. ca. 1875. ^ M_76 ° 

Julia Wrenn Hardy collection, 1834-1912. ca. 100 items. 
In Lniversity of Texas Library, Texas Archives 
Correspondence (1871-89), diaries, accounts, legal docu- 
ments, scrapbook of newspaper clippings, genealogical ma- 
terial on the Thomas Hardy family, from 1814-62 and 
printed matter. Much of the correspondence was written 
by Nunn and by T. N. Gentry and Samuel Nunn, agents for 
his heirs, and concerns land, crops, and financial and per- 
sonal matters. Includes a diary (1835) of a trip in Texas 
around Velasco. 
Unpublished guide in the library. 
Gift of Mrs. Grace Dannheim, 1930. 

Toledo. Museum of Art MS 64-761 

George W. Stevens collection, 1780-1908. 52 items. 
In 1 oledo Museum of Art. 

n^S ?°™' a ? d ^ SS " 0f ****»*»■ deludes 33 letters 
(±855-69) by Charles Meryon. Other correspondents include 
Uiarles Dickens, Sir F. Seymour Haden, George Washing- 
ton, and James A. McNeill Whistler. 
Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository 
Inf ormatien on literary rights available in the repository! 
uif t and purchase from various sources, 1912-50. 

Alien, Elisha Hunt, 1804-1883. MS 64-762 

Papers, 1849-1934. 3 ft. (2000 items) 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division 
.Lawyer, jurist, diplomat, and U. S. Representative from 
Maine. Correspondence, speeches, notes, statistical tables, 
passports, invitations, awards, diplomas, miscellaneous 
printed matter, and photos, (chiefly 1867-82) concerning the 
Hawaiian economic and political situation; the sugar trade: 
the Hawaiian Supreme Court, of which Allen was chief jus- 
ace; and the U. S.-Hawaiian Reciprocity Treaty of 1876 
Correspondents include Allen's second wife, Mary Hobbs 
Allen, other members of the Allen family, Charles R. Bishop, 
W L. Green Charles Coffin Harris, Henry W. Severance 
and Andrew Welch. 
Unpublished finding aid in the Library. 
Gift of Mary Jane and Frederick Allen, 1935. 

"Vf C CA T OO 

Badger, Alfred Mason, 1808-1868. 

Papers, 1832-63. ca. 50 items and 2 v. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

In part, transcripts. 

Merchant and building contractor, of Georgetown, D C 
and Boston. Civil War letters (1862-63) from Badger's 
son, Frank Appleton Badger while serving in the 140th 
New York Volunteers, and from his nephew, Hamlet F 



Richardson while serving with the 108th New York Volun- 
teers; diary containing entries (1832-33) recording details 
about the growing Federal City, and later entries (1835- 
36) made in Boston; and a scrapbook. 
Gift of Mrs. H. L. Barker, 1952. 



MS 64-764 
Bayard, Thomas Francis, 1828-1898. 

Papers, 1780-1899. 55 ft (60,000 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

_ Lawyer, statesman, and diplomat Correspondence, finan- 
cial records, legal papers, reports, memoranda, speeches, 
scrapbooks, printed matter, and photos., (chiefly 1860-98), 
relating to Bayard's carear as U. S. Senator from Delaware, 
Secretary of State, and Ambassador to Great Britain, and 
documenting the foreign affairs and activities of the V. S. 
during the administrations of Grover Cleveland. Material 
concerns real estate and financial matters; the Fitz John 
Porter case; local, State and national politics and legisla- 
tion; Samoa; Alaskan fisheries and seal questions; the 
Venezuelan boundary dispute; Anglo-American and Ger- 
man-American relations; presidential aspirations and cam- 
paigns; the silver question; the Tilden-Hayes controversy; 
tariff problems; the Sackville-West incident; the conflict be- 
tween China and Japan over the vassalage of Korea ; the 
acquisition of Hawaii; and the Isthmian transit and canal 
problem. Correspondents include Alvey Augustus Adee, 
James Burrill Angell; George Baden-Powell, James A. 
Bayard, August and Perry Belmont William C. P. Breckin- 
ridge; Henry L Bryan, Matthew C. Butler, John Lee 
Carroll, Eugene Casserly, Joseph Chamberlain, Grover -% 
Cleveland, Samuel S. Cox, Charles Denby, Don M. Dickin- ^ 
son, Henry DuPont Charles W. Eliot, William C. Endi- 
cott, William M Evarts, Charles S. Fairchild, Hamilton 
Fish, Worthington C. Ford, Edward M Gallaudet Augus- 
tus H. Garland, John Brown Gordon, Walter Q. Gresham, 
Wade Hampton, George F. Hoar, William H. Hurlburt, 
Lucius Q. C. Lamar, Daniel S. Lamont Robert Todd Lin- 
coln, Robert M. McLane, Daniel and Thomas C. Manning, 
Manton Marble, John Bassett Moore, Justin S. Morrill, 
Richard Olney, Walter Hines Page, George H. Pendleton, 
George Foster Peabody, Edward John Phelps, Lord Lyon 
Playfair, Fitz John Porter, Sir Lionel S. Sackville-West 
Leverett Saltonstall, Carl Schurz, John and William T. 
Sherman, Oscar S. Straus, William F. Vilas, David Ames 
Welles, Francis Wharton, Henry and Horace White, Owen 
Wister, and William C. Whitney. 

Unpublished finding aid m the library. 

Gift of Mrs. William S. Hilles, 1933; additions given by 
Mrs. Charles Callan TansilL D. H. Mugridge, and John de 
Porry, 1934-63. . - ™ 



u j tv : „ MS 64-765 

Beauregard, Pierre Gustave Toutant 1818-1893 

Papers, 1844-83. 7 ft ' { 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
_Army officer, engineer, and railroad and public official 
Correspondence, scrapbooks, and military papers such as 
letter books, headquarters records, telegram books, reports, 
order books, and endorsement books, dealing mainly with 
the Civil War period, but including material concerning 
Beauregard's work as an engineer in New Orleans and on 
the staff of Gen. Winfield Scott in Mexico. Includes*Remi- 
niscences'Vhich served as the basis for The military opera- 



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Beauregard, Pierre Gustave Toutant, 1818-1893. Papers, 
1844-83. (Continued) 

tions of General Beauregard in the War between the States, 
1861-1865, by Alfred Roman (1884). Correspondents in- 
clude Milledge Lake Bonham, Braxton Bragg, Howell Cobb, 
Samuel Cooper, Jefferson Davis, Augusta Jane Evans, "Wade 
Hampton, W. J. Hardee, Daniel H. Hill, John Bell Hood, 
Joseph E. Johnston, Thomas Jordan, Robert E. Lee, James 
Longstreet, Francis W. Pickens, Leonidas Polk, Roswell S. 
Ripley, Joseph G. Totten, Earl Van Dorn, and Leroy P. 
Walker. 

Unpublished finding aid in the Library. Also described 
in Handbook of manuscripts in the Library of Congress 
(1918), p. 36-37. 

Purchase, 1915 ; and additions, 1909-60. 

IIS 64-766 
Bruce family. 

Papers, 1792-1892. 2 ft. (1500 items) 
■ In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Bills, receipts, invoices, notes, and other plantation ac- 
counts (chiefly 1800-80) of Charles Bruce (1798-1879), 
planter, merchant, and State senator of Staunton Hill Plan- 
tation, Charlotte Co., Va^ and his parents, James and 
Elvira Bruce. 

Gift of Mrs. Charles Bruce, 1916; and Mrs. William 
Bruce, 1937. 



MS 64-767 
Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919. 

Papers, 1803-1935. 67,000 items. 
In library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
Industrialist and philanthropist Correspondence, re- 
ports, memoranda, speeches, articles, book files, financial 
papers, printed matter and other papers (chiefly 1890-1919) 
relating to all facets of Carnegie's life and concerning anti- 
imperialism, arbitration, business, various corporations, cul- 
tural matters, economics, investments, the Isthmian Canal, 
labor, libraries, the Negro, peace, Scotland, Scottish- Ameri- 
can matters, tariff, wealth, the Andrew Carnegie Fund, 
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Carnegie 
Foundation for the Advancement ' of Teaching, Carnegie 
Institute of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Institution of Washing- 
ton, Carnegie Corporation of New York, and Carnegie Trust 
Fund. Correspondents include Lord Acton, Arthur James 
Balfour, John Barrett, James P. Bertram, William Jen- 
nings Bryan, James Bryce, Nicholas Murray Butler, Joseph 
H. Choate, Samuel H Church, Samuel L. Clemens, Grover 
Cleveland, W. Evans Darby, Baron d'Estournelles de Con- 
stant, Frank N. Doubleday, Theodore W. Dwight, Charles 
W. Eliot, Robert Erskine Ely, Robert A. Franks, Henry 
Clay Frick, Richard W. Gilder, Daniel Coit Gilman, Wil- 
liam E. Gladstone, Edward Grey, Edward Everett Hale, 
William Vernon Harcourt, John Hay, Abram S. Hewitt, 
Robert G. Ingersoll, Robert Underwood Johnson, Philander 
C. Knox, George Lauder, Sr., George Lauder, Jr., David 
Lloyd George, Henry Cabot Lodge, Francis T. F. Lovejoy, 
Seth Low, Frederick Lynch, Theodore Marburg, S. S. Mc- 
• Clure, Nelson A. Miles, Thomas N. Miller, J. P. Morgan, 
John Morley, Simon Newcomb, Walter Hines Page, Alton 
B. Parker, George Foster Peabody, Henry Phipps, Henry 
S. Pritchett, Whitelaw Reid, John D. Rockefeller, Theodore 
Roosevelt, Elihu Root, John Ross, Carl Schurz, Charles M. 
Schwab, James Brown Scott, W. H. Short, Goldwin Smith, 
the Earl of Southesk, Herbert Spencer, Baron von Stern- 
berg, Oscar S. Straus, James M. Swank, William Howard 
Taft, Charles L. Taylor, John Edgar Thomson, Charle- 



magne Tower, Joseph P. Tumulty, Booker T. Washington, 
Andrew D. White, Henry White, Horace White, Huntington 
Wilson, Woodrow Wilson, and Robert Woodward. 

Unpublished index and register in the Library. Also de- 
scribed in Annual report of the Librarian of Congress 
(1933V p. 33 ; and the Library's Information bulletin, v. 21, 
no. 39' (Sept 24, 1962) p. 495-496. 

Information on literary rights available in the Library. 

Gift and purchase from various sources, 1932-62 



MS 64-768 

Carroll, Daniel, 1764-1849. 

Papers. 1662-1910. 5 ft. (2800 items) 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
Landowner and businessman, of Washington, D. C. Cor- 
respondence, letter book (1787-99), financial and legal 
papers, lawyers' notes, surveys of plats, newspaper clippings, 
and other papers (chiefly 1791-1868) concerning the survey- 
ing and selling of lots and squares in the new city of Wash- 
ington and in the area of Baltimore ; the collection 6f rents; 
the partial wrecking of Duddington Manor, which was a 
factor in the break between Ma). Charles LEnfant and the 
Commissioners of the Federal city; the settlement of Car- 
roll's estate; business affairs of the Carroll family; the Bal- 
timore Iron Works Company; and the Hockley Company. 
Correspondents include George Appleby, William 

Brent, Ann C. Carroll, Richard Clarke, Thomas E.-nory, 
J S Gittings, William A. Gordon, James Greenleaf, Wil- 
liam' Hammond, William Hickey, Christopher Johnson, 
James McPherson, John Merryman, and Thomas TV agga- 

man. 
Gifts and purchases, 1915-63. 



MS 64-769 
Corbin, Henry Clark, 1842-1909. 

Papers. 1864-1938. 8 ft. (2000 items) 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
Army officer. Correspondence, memoranda, reports, type- 
scripts of speeches, autograph albums, scrapbcoks, photos., 
and other papers (chiefly 1898-1906) concerning the Span- 
ish American War; Army activities and administration of 
the Philippine Islands, including the Army's investigation 
of private uses of public monies in the Philippines; the 
Peking Relief Expedition (1900) ; the visit of Prince Henry 
of Prussia; Corbin's visit to England and Germany; his 
effort to obtain the rank of major general; a court-martial 
(1865) ; his work as corresponding secretary of the Execu- 
tive Committee for the Inauguration (1881 and 1901) ; and 
military, political and social affairs of persons of Ohio 
origin living in Washington, D. C. Includes correspondence 
concerning the engagement and wedding in 1901 of Corbin 
and his wife, Edythe Agnes (Patten) Corbin; and auto- 
graph books, newspaper clippings, invitations, photos., and 
memorabilia of Mrs. Corbin, her sister, Augusta (Patten) 
Glover, and their friends. Correspondents include Adna R. 
Chaffee, George Cortelyou, Charles H. Grosvenor, Ruther- 
ford B. Hayes, William Loeb, William Ludlom, John Mc- 
Cook, Theodore Roosevelt, Theodore Schwan, William R. 
Shafter, William Howard Taft, and Leonard Wood. 

Gifts of Mrs. Corbin and Mrs. Frank Corbin, 1920 and 
1948. 



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Cotton, Joaah Dexter, 1. 1822 ^ H ~ 770 

Corre^ndence, 1846-68. 1 ft. (300 items) 
^-Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
JRbjaaan, of Marietta, Ohio. Chiefly Civil War letters 

his service as surgeon of the 92d Regular Ohio VolunteLf 
lufantry and of Turchin's BrigadeTrK^nis cZ £ 

is^assaa? ^^ cwnmente - sh ~ 

Gift of Mrs. Perceval Reniers, 1958. 



Croffnt, WiDiam Augustas, 1835-1915 

Papers, 1774-1933. 12 ft. (7500 items) 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division, 
in part, transcripts (handwritten) 
wm^^V^ ^ Correspondence (chiefly 1880- 
tii SitfSSSf ° C T r0ffut ' s Prions, his activities with 
of la^SS? ? League and the presidential campaign 
otbi^nr£ "* ^P 165 ° f .Croffut's articles, books, and 
?^„« ? ^' J Papel ! 8 P 6 **^ to the Anti-ImperialL 
ca^of Thffe ^"^ J™*" 0f "tW* advocaSX 
%TfL ^PP""* »d of the Boers in South Africa! 
pamphlets, and newspaper articles; scrapbooks containing 
newspaper columns and an account of l&cSaSESv? 
position of 1893; material on Eflum.-AJtaxffiSSS.fc 
eluding a copy of his memoir which was £d K E&£ 
Fifty years m field ^ ^ Croffut f 190M 

copes of correspondence with Mrs. NalLS Hawffi 
and material on George Washington, and letters of lX 
Quincy Adams and Jefferson Davis; journals of^rHeZ 
A- Bobbins containing accounts of hisWels fc EurS 

ShKS^"* ***** **«■»&» concerning 3 
cal practices in Europe; and papers (mostly afte7l915)of 

£SS w^ B Ti Correspondents include George S 
Boutwell, William J. Bryan, Edward Corser, Sanuid Gom 

r3w£hT H T S ' J0Se P h B - Henderson, Patrick O'Far"- 
Sr^Tw v*"'^*™* A - ShadweU > Charles 1 Townl 

t?^ ^■-< V ^ Slcle ^ "^ Erra* Window ^ 

Unpublished finding aid in the Library 

193& t ' C ° nVerted *° gift ° r purchase *«» Mrs. Croffut, 



Jackson, Thomas Jonathan, 1824-1863 
Papers, 1845-1941. ca. 120 items.' 
£ zi Ta F 0t Congress, Manuscript Division 

m original letters in pos^ 5&&5&*5 

dTak ^ FaUl]£ner ' "* " ««* (l*i) «f J&S 
Acquired from various sources. 



Krug, Julias Albert, 1907- ** ^^ 

Papers, 1936-50. 47 ft. (34,816 items) 
Jji Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
Business executive and U. S. Secretary of the Interior. A 
Chiefly a subject file of papers relating to Krug's Gov- # 
ernment service (1941-49) on the War Producriof bZi 
and as Secretary of the Interior, with correspondence, 
memoranda, reports speeches, articles, statement before 
C^gresaonal committees, records of trips, appointment 
schedule^ newspaper clippings, ^ other ^ m 
Correspondents include Clinton P. Anderson, Chested 
Bowles, Dr. James Boyd, Oscar L. Chapman, Tom C. Clark. 
James Forrestal W Averell HarrimL, Estes KefaSJ 

lS » ^^5 MarshaU ' Charles Sawyer 
Lewu , B. Schwellenbach, John R Steelman, Edward R. 

Unpublished finding aid in the Library 
Gift of Mr. Krug, 1955. 

Morris family. MS 64-774 

^•teLi** ^ Morris and Croxall families, 1767-1895. 

Li Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Correspondence, deeds, land records, penmanship books, 
chppmgs, genealogical chart, register, and other buriwS 
and private papers pertaining to the history and genealogy 

We 6 rnerMorria InClUdeS k "~ ° f **"* M ^ S 

Gift of Morris LeGrand Croxall and Mrs. Edith Pve 
Weedon, 1908. * 



Oxnam, Garfield Bromley, Bp., 1891-1963 

Papers, 1823-1963. 55 ft. (16,000 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

I» part, photocopies (positive) of ca. 130 letters in the 
possession of Mrs. Oxnam. 

Methodist clergyman and theologian. Correspondence: 
diaries (1903-63) documented with letters, addrWser^ 
mons, lectures, articles, book reviews, newspaper clippincs. 
programs church bulletins, and photos, covering Bishop 
Oxnam s life and work in great detail; subject files covering 
Ms role in the controversy over diplomatic relations between 
w» U. b. and the Vatican, his participation in the issue of 
church and state and Protestantism vs. Catholicism, the 
charges of the House Un-American Activities Committee 
against him, his work with the Church of AH Nations, and 
otter subjects closely related to his life and work ; drafts and 
typescripts (1913-60) of his articles, books, addresses lec- 
tures, and sermons; and scrapbooks presenting details of his 
£fe as reported by the press. Correspondents include the 
Ecumenical Patriarch Athenagoras, the Rt Rev. Henry 
Knox Shernll, the Rev. Bishop Herbert Welch, the Rev 
Messrs. George Smith Brown, Samuel McCrea Cavert, 

te^ ltt - Cl r? e ir F i ank1 ^ °? ark ^ F«derick Browrl 
t«JS "£ £. Ne ^ Daniel ■*• P °W, and William 
L. Stidger; Matthew J. Connelly, John Foster Dulles, Sher- A 
wood Eddy, Dwight D. Eisenhower, CordeD Hull Donald W 
L. Jackson, David E. Lilienthal, Carl and Marvin H Mc- 
Inlyre, Charles C. Parlin, Pres. and Mrs. Franklin D. Roose- 
velt, HepryJ'- Stimson, Myron C. Taylor, Harry S. Truman, 
Harold H. Velde, Henry A. Wallace ; and the general public; 

Unpublished finding aid in the Library. 

Access restricted until 1973. 

Information on literary rights available in the Library 

Gift of Mrs. Oxnam, 1963-64. 



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MS 64-776 
Pdz, Paul Johannes, 1841-1918. 
Papers, 1875-1931. 300 items. 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. - 
Architect, of Washington, D. C. Correspondence, mem- 
A oranda, reports, testimonials, pictorial representations of 
^ buildings, printed matter; and photos, (chiefly 1895-1910) 
relating to the planning and construction of the Library of 
Congress and other buildings, and the claims of Pelz and 
John Smithmeyer against the Federal Government for 
architectural fees for the Library. Includes material on 
Pelz's investment in the Honduras Aurora. Milling Com- 
pany, and photocopies of miniature portraits of his parents, 
the Baron and Baroness (Henrietta Helfensreider) von 
Pelz. 
Gift of Mrs. Harry G.Meem, 1963. 



MS64-777 
Polk, Leonidas, Bp., 1806-1864. 
Papers, 1856-68. 40 items. 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
Episcopal clergyman and Confederate officer. Princi- 
pally correspondence, together with several orders and re- 
ports and a biographical sketch of Polk while at West 
Point written by Bishop Charles P. McDvaine in 1868. 
Nearly all the papers are dated 1861-63 and relate to the 
defense of the Mississippi Biver and the Kentucky Cam- 
paign. Includes drafts of some of Polk's letters to Jeffer- 
son Davis and General Gideon Johnson Pillow, and a 13 p. 
draft of Polk's report on the Battle of Belmont, Nov. 7, 
1861. Correspondents include Braxton Bragg, Jefferson 
Davis, Albert Sidney Johnston, Joseph £. Johnston, and 
^ Sterling Price. 

w Gifts of William M Polk, 1911, 1917 and of John Bige- 
low, 1924; purchased from John Heise, 1919. 



MS 64-778 
Root, Elihu, 1845-1937. 

Papers, 1863-1937. ca. 87 ft. (66,000 items) 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
Statesman. Correspondence, reports, memoranda, notes, 
speeches, subject files, financial papers, calendar and ap- 
pointment books, invitations, and printed matter, chiefly 
dated after 1899. The major segment of the collection is 
composed of correspondence and letter books covering Boot's 
public service as Secretary of War and State, member of 
the Alaskan Boundary Tribunal, U. S. Senator from New 
York, counsel for the U. S. in the North Atlantic fisheries 
arbitration at the Hague (1910), president of the Carnegie 
Endowment for International Peace, chairman of the Be- 
publican National Convention (1912), president of the 
Hague Tribunal of Arbitration between Gt Brit, France, 
Spain and Portugal concerning church property (1913), 
chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Carnegie Insti- 
tute of Washington, president of 1 the New York State Con- 
% stitutional Convention (1915), Ambassador Extraordinary 
at head of the mission to Bussia (1917), member of the 
Commission of International Jurists which reported on a 
plan for a Permanent Court of International Justice (1920), 
Commissioner Plenipotentiary at the International Confer- 
ence on Limitation of Armament (1921), member of the' 
League of Nations Committee of Experts to Be vise the 
World Court Statute (1928-29), and chairman of the Board 
of Trustees of Hamilton College. Includes much corre- 



spondence of Elihu Boot, Jr. and many letters from Chand- 
ler P. Anderson, Henry Cabot Lodge, Theodore Roosevelt, 
William Howard Taft, and General Leonard Wood. Other 
important correspondents include Henry T. Allen, Hamilton 
Fish Armstrong, Newton D. Baker, William Jennings 
Bryan, Nicholas Murray Butler, Mabel T. Boardman, 
Charles J. Bonaparte, William E. Borah, Calvin Coolidge, 
Andrew Carnegie, Joseph H Choate, George B. Cortelyou, 
Bainbridge Colby, Josephus Daniels, Walter E. Edge, 
Lindley M Garrison, Carter Glass, Adolphns Washington 
Greely, Lloyd C. Griseom, Warren G. Harding, John Hay, 
Will H. Hays, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Edward M House, 
Manley O. Hudson, Charles Evans Hughes, Cordell Hull, 
Frank B. Kellogg, Philander C. Knox, Franklin K Lane, 
Robert Lansing, William Loeb, Jr., John D. Long, William 
G. McAdoo, William McKinley, John Bassett Moore, T. C. 
Piatt, Bedfield Proctor, James Brown Scott. John Sherman, 
Henry L. Stimson, Oscar S. Straus, James W. Wadsworth, 
Henry White, George W. Wickersham, Henry Lane Wilson, 
James Wilson, and Woodrow Wilson. 

Unpublished register in the Library. Also described in 
Elihu Boot and the conservative tradition, by Richard W. 
Leopold (1954) p. 200. 

Gifts of Mr. Boot, Elihu Root, Jr., Philip C. Jessup, and 
Mrs. Chandler P. Anderson, 1919-60. 



MS 64-779 
See, Thomas Jefferson Jackson, 1866-1962. 

Papers, 1887-1960. 52 ft. (30,000 items) 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Astronomer and mathematician. Correspondence; diary 
(1899); financial papers; speeches, articles, and books in 
various stages from holograph to print; scrapbooks; and 
photos, (chiefly 1897-1930) dealing with See's work (much 
of it at the Naval Observatory, Mare Island, Calif.) concern- 
ing astronomy, mathematics, wave theory, relativity theory 
and Albert Einstein, geodesy, and cosmogony. Corre- 
spondents include D. B. Adams, Howard Ayers, Champ 
Clark, Henry Love Clark, Arthur S. Dayton, Eric Doo- 
little, Otto von Geldern, A O. Granger, Arthur B. Han- 
cock, Carrie Harrison, L Minis Hays, Thomas P. Nichols, 
Walter Hines Page, Edward C. Pickering, L. A Bedman, 
W. L. Webb, and Milton Updegraff. 

Unpublished finding aid in the Library. 

Information on literary rights available in the Library. 

Gift of Mrs. Ada B. See and Ernest See, 1963. 



This number not used: MS 64-780 



MS 64-781 

U. S. Library of Congress. , . 

Tributes from the American motion picture, television, 
radio and recording arts, sciences, and industries; presented 
by the Los Angeles County Hollywood Museum, honoring 
the Librarian and staff of the Library of Congress on 
Thursday, Jan. 9th, 1964 at the New Senate Office Building, 
Washington, D. C. 195 items in 1 v. 

In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Holograph or signed typescript letters from 195 actors, 
actresses, singers, producers, and various institutions con- 
cerned with tiie industry commemorating the 70th anni- 
versary of the deposit of the first motion picture for copy- 
right. Includes autographs on verso of mounted title page. 

Partial index in the volume. 

Transferred from the Secretary of the library, 1964. 



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Wexler, Harry, 1911-1962 MS 64-782 

Papers, 1929-62. 19 ft. (13,200 items) 

In Library D f. Congress, Manuscript Division. 

Meteorologist. Correspondence and pap^rehtimr to all 

the major areas of Wexler's m ™„ „ F a P«=re mating to all 

the TJ S W«rt. ' Yexlers career, covering his work with 

UslK ^f 5? d the Weather Se ™<* of the 

sateUi^ r su F r a e s ^tt^S^T ****** 

(1955-59) kept fr Weie^chie = s^rf^e S3? 

NeuinannindiSdL^pp^ Relchelderf ^ «* Von 
Unpublished finding aid in the Library 

S SSs rights avai,able * *• *"•»*• 



Wilder, Marshall Pinckney, 1859-1915 ^ 6t " 7M 

Papers, 1881-1914. 3 ft (2000 items) 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 

diariTSlL"^ C0I °f "P" "*"- Correspondence, 
riaTfor feS T* CllPpiDgS ^PPly^S the raw ma£ 
nf tw • i s Performances, notebooks containing lista 

SSggssfe 

Sn ™^N d ' * enr 7 £ving> Sadie Martinot, Edgar W 
Wm am T ] a^STxSn? "*£ Theodore &»"K S 

Purchase, 1943. 



Wright, George Washington, 1816-1885. ^ ««» 

Correspondence, 1859-72. 52 items. 

finances, wife, and other personal and social^tte^ Tn 
eludes letters from Ida Greeley to CwSht 



Writers' Progranu MS 64-785 

^Li e b r r a rv^P PaPerS ' V^ 2 «• (ia» items) 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. } 



tieSfi""* *~ *"" U - & W °* »«** Administra-. 



Yoder, Samuel S 1841-1921 64 " 786 

Papers, 1861-1907. 1 ft. (500 items) 
In Library of Congress, Manuscript Division. 
PF^T'J?- -^P^sentative from Ohio, and real estate 
^^verSf^^ -^ O^OWl^oSSS 

KT JTOSS? STSlft s aff I 8 ?? 

laneous paperT^ ' meaters > ^ other miscel- 

ShSfl^ ElfieToder Shea, 1943; andDr. Petrena Ahbe 

This number not used: MS 64-787 



Champlain Transportation Company. MS W ~ 788 

Loomis papers, 1812-1945. 19 ft, 

coSctioi^^^ ° f Vermont ' Gu ? W " BaUe y Library, Wilbur 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Business records (mostly 1812-70) consisting of correspon- 
dence; reports (including annual reports, 1891-1932) ; agrees 
ments and contracts for ship construction; bills of salffo^l 
^nWts; mventones; sailing schedules ; construction" date 
for vessels; records of tonnages and revenues; insurance 
policies; and photos, of steamboats covering all aspedTof 

S^^f"?- ° n ^ k<!S Ckm I >lain ""I George. Includes a 
typescript diary (1823^9) of steamboat captain Gideon 
Lathrop. Represented in the coUection are Daniel Loomj? 
general manager and treasurer and clerk (1903-38)7and 
tiie Delaware and Hudson Railroad which controlled the 
company from 1870 until the late 1930's. M ' 

Partial calendar in the library 

RaSidflSS. ^ "*■ ^ ^^ "* Hnd9 - 



Cleveland, Elijah, 1795-1883. MS64-789 

Business records, 1824-1902 6 ft 

bur n coUecl£ t7 * ^^^ *" W " **»'* «««* Wil- 

Businessman, of Coventry, Vt Mostly papers (1845-82} 

concerning the Connecticut and Passumpsic EiWlEad 

2TSS 7 2 ^F?*"* was -«S^7SSSS 

SLoT ^ vouchers and receipts, c^ructionS 
(l»49-50), list of employees and salaries (ca, 1850-58) • and A 
partial inventories (1857) of railroad equipment; together* 
«^ JSP™" ?£ documents of the estates of Nancy Cook 

Vt T ] ft D ^- 1 ? 0Uand (<L 1827 >' ^ °f Co^X, 
Vt. , account books, bills, receipts, and shares of stock of the 
Black River Creamery Association, Coventry, Vt., for 1890- 

S™vr Wl! ^ r) 0f a """^J and acco^ 
books, bills, and receipts of Cleveland's various business 
enterprises. -o^=» 

Gift, 1958. 



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MS 64-790 
Crafts, Samuel Chandler, 1768-1853. 

Papers, 1782-J.908. 3 ft. 

In University of Vermont, Guy W. Bailey library, Wilbur 
Collection. 

In part, microfilm of Crafts' surveys in the Public Records 
Commission, Montpelier, Vt 

U. S. Representative and Senator from Vermont Family 
correspondence (1785-1908) ; correspondence (182Cs) on 
mineral collections with James A. Paddock; letters (ca. 
1800-50) from State politicians and lawyers; land and road 
surveys; business papers, mostly land transactions, including 
187 pieces of Elkanah Phelps in the Eastern Townships of 
Quebec; drafts of resolutions on grievances of Eastern 
Townships settlers; papers (1840's) of Crafts as an insur- 
ance agent; and other papers on social, educational, literary, 
and religious matters. Includes material relating to the 
Canadian Rebellion of 1838, Craftsbury Academy, and the 
Vermont State Bank. 

List of subject folders and partial card catalog in the 
library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Deposited by Mrs. Margaret H. Muller, 1958. 



MS 64-791 
Fisher, Dorothea Frances (Canfield) 1879-1958. 

Dorothy Canfield Collection, 1851-1958. ca. 26 ft 

In University of Vermont, Guy W. Bailey library, Wil- 
bur Collection. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten), and photocopies (neg- 
ative) 

Author. Correspondence, including Book-of-the-Month 
{. Club correspondence (1930-48) ; college notes; early school 
themes; typescripts and holograph MSS. of articles, 
speeches, radio broadcasts, short stories, novels, and other 
works; memorabilia, including honorary degrees and awards 
and photos.; and other papers (mostly 1900-58). Includes 
MSS. of Bonfire (1933), Seasoned timber (1939), American 
portraits (1946), Our independence and the Constitution 
(1950), Paul Revere and the Minute Men (1950), and Ver- 
mont tradition (1953) ; and early Canfield family papers, 
including a diary (1860) of Mrs. Fisher's father, James 
Huhne Canfield. Correspondents include Warren Austin, 
George D. Aiken, James Boyd, Pearl Buck, Willa Cather, 
Sarah Cleghorn, Ralph Flanders, Robert Frost, Zona Gale, 
Gen. John J. Pershing, and other authors, political figures, 
publishers, and friends of Mrs. Fisher. 

Described in Vermont Historical Society. Kews and 
notes, no. 10 (Dec, 1958) p. 27-29. 

Open to investigators under restrictions accepted by the 
repository. 

Gift of Mrs. Fisher, 1944-68. 



MS 64-792 
Stevens, Henry, 1791-1867. 
| Papers, 1788-1870. 6 ft. 

In University of Vermont, Guy W. Bailey library, Wil- 
bur Collection. 
In part, transcripts (typewritten) 
Antiquarian, book collector, and businessman of Barnet, 
Vt Family correspondence and business papers (mostly 
1832-63) including letters from Stevens' sons, Benjamin 
Franklin Stevens (1833-1902), bookman and antiquarian 
who established the firm of Stevens and Brown in London; 



and Henry Stevens, Jr. (1819-1886), London bookseller and 
collector who was instrumental in building the libraries of 
John Carter Brown, James Lenox, and Peter Force. In- 
cludes letters to Henry Stevens, Jr., from Peter Force (1790- 
1868), Charles C. Jewett (1816-1868), Francis Parkman 
(1823-1893) , Jared Sparks ( 1789-1866) , and other collectors 
and librarians. 
Gift and purchase. 

MS 64-793 

Wells, William, 1837-1892. 

Papers. 1861-84. ca. 3 ft. 

In University of Vermont, Guy W. P.niley Library. \\ lllmr 
collection. 

Army officer, and Adjutant 'General of Vermont. Cor- 
respondence, diary (June 1864, and Feb.-June, l8f,5). and 
military pai>ers including rosters of Vermont Cavalry, ord- 
nance reports, orders, and clothing and equipment returns. 
The correspondence consists of letters (1863-75) between 
Wells and his wife, Arahanna (Richardson) Wells (1845- 
1905), mostly during the Civil War period; letters (1861- 
65) from Wells to his brothers, sisters, and parents; letters 
to Wells concerning war matters, postwar business interests, 
and his appointment as collector of customs for the district 
of Vermont; and two letters, probably in the hand of Gen. 
George A. Custer. 

Gift of Mrs. Bertha Jackson Kolk, 1963. 

MS 64-794 

Wilson family- 
Papers. 1782-1896. ca. 130 items. 

In University of Vermont, Guy W. Bailey Library, Wil- 
bur Collection. 

Correspondence, deeds, marriage certificates, genealogies, 
clippings, and photos, of the Wilson family of Bradford, 
Vt, including James Wilson (1763-1855), first globemaker 
in America; his sons, Boyd H. Wilson and Samuel Wilson; 
his daughter, Mary Ann (WQson) Waterman; his grand- 
sons, William H. Wilson and J. Wilson Tabor; and other 
descendants. Material concerning globemaMng includes a 
formula for making ink, and a letter (Aug. 11, 1834) from 
Cyrus Lancaster, an employee in Wilson's Albany, N. T. 
Globeniaking shop, discussing the poor quality of paper 
and the comparatively poor prospects for selling globes. 
Also includes documents of the MacDuffee family of Lon- 
donderry, N. H, and the Waterman family, of Bradford, Vt 
Gift of the estate of Florence G. Spencer, 1963. 

MS 64-795 

Marsh, James, 1794-1842. 

Papers, 1821-74. 80 items. 

In University of Vermont, University Archives. 

In part, transcripts and photocopies (positive) 

Philosopher and educator. Correspondence (mostly 1821- 
42) ; undated MS., A sermon on conscience, by Marsh; ques- 
tions on fine arts, metaphysics, and psychology, probably 
used for class examinations; and notes of lectures kept by 
some of Marsh's students. The correspondence concerns 
Samuel Taylor Coleridge, religion, American education, and 
other topics, and includes letters from Marsh to Coleridge; 
letters (1845) from Samuel Cox censuring Marshand the 
philosophy of Coleridge; and a letter (1874) from A. G. 
Pease covering one of the Cox letters. Other correspondents 
include William Chamberlain, Rufus Choate, Richard H 
Dana, Edward Everett, Josdah Quinc y, George Ripley 
(1802-1880), Jared Sparks, George Ticknor, and JSoah 

Webster. 
Incomplete card index in the library. 



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Blaekmore, Richard Doddridge, 1825-1900 ^ ^^^ 

Papers, 1812-1955. 3 ft. 

In University of Virginia Library (5252 and 5257) 
Enjrhsh novelist and barrister. Correspondence dealing 
w Blackmore's writing and his private life at Gomel 
House, Teddington, Middlesex Co., Eng., deluding letted 
about publication and illustration of his works; treated 
of authors by publishers and magazine editors copS 
laws; formation of the Incorporated Society of Authors, 
London; and Blunders School, Tiverton, Eng.; toS£ 
with college notes and exercise books; coUege^amtnX 
questions (1832-49) ; proofs of his novels, Perlycross (1894) 

£? £: do ?T, No *f II nd a ? otebook <*«*> SwJ £22, 

the Rev. John Blaekmore (1794-1858). Includes corre- 

W* rf ^ collectors, with dealers. Correspondents 

Srbv^E B ^l ard; **•£* ^ MortimlrCollins; 
the Rev. Thomas TJttennare Cross; F. B. Doveton- Ellen 

Freihgra h-Kroeker (1845-1904); Edward and Robert 

fW m"?^ ? ^ PS0 ^ ^ & Marston ; Sir Richard 
Owen; Blackmore's brother-in-law, Alfred Pinto Lcite and 
other members of the Pinto Leite family; Mr. RaWkide- 
aSo£ *$r%* ? Pereia > ™^ Hen^idefn^ 
^Eng 8) nrT W ^ ^ J " * ^"^ -^ 
Gifts and purchases, 1952-58. 



Can family. MS 64-797 

J pSIr im X * " d * - 1 *»*««» (-gative 
In University of Virginia Library. 
I*gal papers, account books, and license to practice law 

X«22 If w-^ £*" ( 176 *?-1824); account book 
(181KHL3) of William Carr; documents a794-182<» ««7 
taming to the 88th Regt of the v5b£ rffi£ - W 
grants, surveys, plats, deeds, contnuS^bwadsS 

Carrtof FnX^ 7 ^^ papeis relatil * to *e 
m^ni ^^ ^ nu « ratlo n to the colonyind their 
prominence in Virginia; four letters (1801-02) of James 

«f ♦MvTT n ° ^^ concemi ng the sale and upkeep 
ofMonticeUo," uicluding correspondence with prospective 
Purchasers and members of the Levy family; and g3ogT 
cal material concerning the Poore. f!»rr r.ZT^iZZ-. 
T T ft ^^^^-^teS^miSr Gr ° SS> 
*i^*^ de ? cnbed m Manual report on historical collec- 

Deposit, 1953-60. 



MeReynolds, James dark, 1862-1946 MS 64-798 

Papers, 1819-1952. 2 ft 
In University of Virginia Library (3577) 

US Attorney General and Supreme Court Justice. Cor- 
r^pondence; papers (1891-97) of McReynoloV NashviSe, 
Tenn., kw practice ; genealogical material on the McRey- 
2^ P1 *liP% Reeves and related faS; 
speeches; and news releases. Includes MeReynolds 5 papers 
rf 2. S o n Att0me y G ««l (1913) and as Associate IS 
of the Supreme Court (1914hU) ; his legal opinions ontihl 



American Tobacco Company, Central Railroad of New Jer- 
sey^ Florida fruit lands, gold clause, International Har- 
vester Company, Magnolia Petroleum Company, National 
Fuel Gas Company, and the U. S. Steel Corporation; and t 
correspondence regarding his benevolences to churched and 
other institutions. Correspondents include Charles Joseph 
Bonaparte^ Robert Weeks DeForest, Charles William Eliot, 
Edward Mandell House, James Hampton Kirkland, Cosmo 
Gordon Lang, Horace Harmon Lurton, William Henry 
Metson, John Barbee Minor, John Joseph Pershing Milton 
Dwight Purdy, Theodore Roosevelt, Erskbe Mayo Ross, 
John Richard Sampey, George Charles Montague, 9th earl 
of Sandwich, Francis Lynde Stetson, Clarence Blain Wal- 
lace, Edward Douglass White. George Woodward Wicker- 
sham, and Woodrow Wilson. 

Partial card index in the library. 

Gift, 1950. 



xtm ■ ™r. MS 64-799 

wakmson, Winston, collector. 

Traditional Virginia ballads and folksongs, 1932-41. 3 ft 

In University of Virginia Library (38-179, 4824, etc.) 

In part, microfilm (positive and negative) 

Ballads, folksongs, and dance tunes, including words and 
music as collected by Marie and Winston Wilkinson, from 
individuals in Albemarle and other Virginia counties 
)}?£/ V 1116 UnlTersi ty of Virginia collection of folk music 
(1936-37) collected by Wilkinson while research fellow in 
folk music at the University; Traditional songs of Virginia 
gentlefolk, comprising 229 songs, ballads, etc, collected from I 
the singing of Margaret Purcell of Greenwood, Albemarle 
Co., Va., and annotated by Wilkinson; and folk music pre- 
pared by the Federal Music Project Kentucky, directed bv 
F. Brandeis (1938). 

Gift and deposit, 1937-54 



Woodville, James Lewis. 

Papers, 1820-79. ca. 70 items. 
In University of Virginia library (3688) 
Lawyer and member of the Virginia General Assembly 
S^SS- Bote t?art Co., Va. Business correspond- 
ence (1820-42) of Woodville; correspondence (1855-79) 
mainly of Emma Walker (Gilmer) Breckinridge (1807- 
'ffi T^r ^Breckinridge, with her daughters, 
Emma J., Eliza, and Mary, discussing family matters and 
the activities of her sons Peachy Gilmer, James, Cary, Jr., 
George, and John Breckinridge, and mentioning P. Gilmer 
Breckinridge's participation in Edward F. Beale's explora- 
tory trip to open a road across New Mexico in 1875: a copv 
of the will (1854-67) of Cary Breckinridge (179fr-1867)^ 

a QA?7 *?%" ^cP*- James Uwk Woodville, Jr. (1820^ 
1904) of Sweet Springs, Monroe Co., W. Va^ husband of W 
Mary Breckinridge; a report by John B. Minor on Wood- 
TUles progress at the University of Virginia (1837) ; and 
a dmry (1872) of William H. Coleman, a farm boy in 
Clarke Co., Ark. Other correspondents include T L P 
Cocke, of Oakland, Va,; Mrs. Letitia Floyd, of Newborn! 
Pulaski Co., Va.; F. W. Lightfoot, of Culpeper, Va.; Wit 
Jiam Patton, of Fincastle, Va.; and George P. Tavloe. 
Purchase, 1951-53. 



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MS 64-801 
Da Costa, Morton, 1914- 
Papers, 1959. 140 items. 

In State Historical Society of Wisconsin collections. 
Theatrical producer and director, of New York City. 
A Drafts, with notes and revisions, of Da Costa's production 

™ of Saratoga ; including lyrics by Johnny Mercer, and theatre 

sets designed by Cecil Beaton. Contains a fragment of a 
letter from Edna Ferber and drafts of letters to Miss Ferber 
and Johnny Mercer. 
Inventory in the repository. 
Gift of Mr. Da Costa, 1961. 



MS 64-802 
Douglas, Frances-, 1870- 

Papers, 1890-1963. 9 ft. 

In University of Arizona Library. 

Translator of Spanish literature and author. Corre- 
spondence, diaries, articles, stories, translations (mostly un- 
published) of works by Concha Espina, Vicente Blasco 
Ibafiez, J. M. Carretero, G. Diaz-Caneja, G. Martinez- 
Sierra, Rafael Delgado, and others; clippings, memorabilia, 
photos., and Mexican and U. S. newspapers (1911-15) re- 
lating to the Mexican Revolution. Includes personal ma- 
terial concerning Miss Douglas while the wife of Charles 
Fletcher Lummis and later, of Courtenay De Kalb, with 
whom she operated the Roadside Mine in Pima Co., Ariz.; 
and material relating to Mrs. Phoebe Hearst, writers Eu- 
gene Manlove Rhodes and Henry Herbert Knibbs, artists 
Carl Oscar Borg and E. A. Burbank. 

Detailed inventory in the library. 



g| MS64-803 

w Griswold, Rufus Wilmot, 1815-1857. 

Correspondence, 1834-97. 1267 items. 

In Boston Public Library. 

Poet, editor, and critic. Correspondence, together with 
some MSS. of poems and other literary works connected with 
Griswold's editorship of Graham's magazine and of The 
poets and poetry of America. Includes a few letters to Wil- 
liam' McCrillis Griswold, who published an edition of Gris- 
wold's correspondence in 1898; 19 letters by Edgar Allan 
Poe and many letters written to Poe which came into Gris- 
wold's possession when he became Poe's literary executor. 
Persons represented include Henry Charles Carey, Alice 
Cary, Thomas Holley Chivers, John Esten Cooke, Philip 
Pendleton Cooke, Elizabeth Fries (Lummis) Ellet, James 
Thomas Fields, Horace Greeley, Henry William Herbert, 
Charles Fenno Hoffman, John Pendleton Kennedy, Charles 
Godfrey Leland, John Neal, Frances Sargent (Locke) Os- 
good, Henry Jarvis Raymond, Mary Elizabeth (Moore) 
Hewitt Stebbins, Frederick William Thomas, John Reuben 
Thompson, John Tomlin, Henry Theodore Tuckerman, 
Horace Binney Wallace, Thomas Willis White, John Green- 
leaf Whittier, and Nathaniel Parker Wills. 

Many of the letters have been published. A calendar of 
the collection has been published in the Boston Public 
Library's More books, 6th ser., v. 16 (1941) p. 105-116, 152- 
A. 156, 190-196, 286-289 ; v. 18 (1943) p. 57-68, 323-333 ; and in 
The Boston Public Library quarterly, v. 1 (1949) p. 62-74, 
156-165; v. 2 (1950) p. 77-84, 172-179, 269-275, 354-368; 
v. 3 ( 1951 ) p. 61-73, and 146-54. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Griswold, 1900. 

Duke University Library has 1 reel of microfilm (nega- 
tive) containing 174 letters from the Griswold correspond- 
ence written by Southern authors. 



MS 64-804 
Hawkins, Rush Christopher, 1831-1920. 

Papers, 1851-1920. 7250 items. 

In Brown University, Annmary Brown Memorial Li- 
brary. 

Lawyer, Union officer, and incunabulist. Correspondence 
and other papers relating to the 9th Regt of New York 
Infantry (Hawkins Zouaves) during and after the Civil 
War, to the organization of the 1st Regt, New York State 
National Guard, to incunabula, and to the Annmary Brown 
Memorial Library; an article on Hawkins' interview with 
Abraham Lincoln concerning the general military situation 
and the inefficiency of George B. McClellan; and five letters 
by Abraham Lincoln concerning requests for government 
employment or military promotion. 

Listed in the library's card catalog. 

The Lincoln letters have been printed in Lincoln letters ... 
in the library of Brown University and other Providence 
libraries (1927) p. 55-59 and in The collected works of 
Abraham Lincoln, edited by Roy P. Basler (1953)voLv, vi, 
and vn. 

Bequest of Mr. Hawkins. 

This entry replaces MS 61-491. 



MS 64-805 
Weedon, George, 17301-1790. 

Letters, 1778-86. 119 items. , 

In Brown University, Annmary Brown Memorial Li- 
brary. 

Revolutionary War officer. Chiefly letters from Weedon 
to Patrick Henry, Thomas Jefferson, tie Marquis de Lafay- 
ette, Friedrich Wilhelm von Steuben, George Washington, 
and officers under Weedon's command, concerning the Con- 
tinental Army, enlistment, supplies, and the Virginia cam- 
paigns, especially the 1781 campaign on tile Potomac. 

Listed in the library's card catalog. 

Bequest of Rush Hawkins. 

This entry replaces MS 61-488. 

MS 64-806 
Chicago. University. Library. Harriet Monroe Library of 
Modern Poetry. 

Modem poetry manuscripts, 20th century. 49 items. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Letters and MSS. of poetry in successive stages of com- 
pletion, which were assembled by Mrs. Donald F. Bond 
(Judith Strohm) while she was curator of the Harriet Mon- 
roe Library of Modern Poetry at the University of Chicago. 
Poets represented are Lawrence Binyon, Carl Bode, Max- 
well Bodenheim, Bliss Carman, Hayden Carruth, John 
Ciardi, Richard Eberhart, W. R. Moses, May Sarton, Theo- 
dore Spencer, and Charles B. Tinkham. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Acquired, ca. 1940-60. 

MS64-807 

D* Alton, John, 1792-1867. 

Papers, ca. 1830-67. ca. 12 ft. (ca. 200 items) 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Irish antiquarian and barrister. 153 octavo MS. volumes 
used by D' Alton as notebooks and as indexes to printed and 
manuscript sources, and containing excerpts and transcripts 
from the sources; together with correspondence; miscel- 
laneous notes; and commonplace book (ca. 1736) of Feidh- 
lim O'Neill. Includes three MSS. of the late 17th and 18th 
centuries: Seuthrum Keitinn, "Forus feasa ar Eirinn" 



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D Alton, John, 1702-1807. Papers, ca. 1830-67. (Continued) 

jGeoffrey Keating, Elements of the history of Ireland) ; 

Life of Christ"; and Seuthrum Keitinn, "Eochair-sciath 

^Jr n " ^ Geoffre y Keating, Border-shield of the Mass, 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of John M. Smyth, 1927. Formerly owned by the- Rev 
Patrick S. Dineen, who received it from D'Alton's erand- 
mother. & 



trV* « ^ MS 64-808 

Hoist, Hermann Eduard von, 1841-1904. 

Papers. 1867-1900. i ft. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

German historian and university professor. Correspond- 
enee, notebooks, press clippings of Hoist's writings, journal 
articles, and MSS. of articles and books written in German 
and English. Correspondents include George Bancroft, 
Fnednch i, the grand duke of Baden, Mrs. Hoist, Friedrich 
Kapp, and Carl Schurz. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift, of the von Hoist family, ca. 1905. 



MS 64-809 
Hutchins, Robert Maynard, 1899- 

Fapors. 1921-51. ca. 33 ft. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Educator. Correspondence, speeches, articles, reports, 
newspaper clippings, and other papers relating to Hutchin's 
lale period (1923-27) ; to the atomic bomb, plans for its 
control, and Hutchins' efforts in the cause of disseminating 
authoritative information about it; to the Committee to 
Frame a World Constitution; to the Commission on Free- 
dom of the Press; and to the reaction to Hutchins' views 
as expressed in his public statements and printed works. 

Unpublished guide in the repository. 

Gift of Mr. Hutchins, 1951-53. 



MS 64-810 
Mendip, Welbore Ellis, laron, 1713-1802. 

Correspondence, 1734-1817. 60 items. 

In University of Chicago library. 

British Whig politician and member of Parliament. Let- 
ters (1734-65) to Lord Mendip dealing with politics, busi- 
ness matters, gossip, and a variety of other subjects. In- 
cludes 19 letters from Capt Lewis Thomas, relating to his 
experiences in Scotland after the Jacobite Rebellion and the 
capture of Belle-lle-en-Mer, in 1761, and containing com- 
ments on current literature and science. Six letters (1813- 
17) were written to lord Mendip's grandnephew, George 
Ellis, 1st Baron Dover (1797-1833). 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Purchase, 1929. 



MS 64-811 
Redstone, Vincent Burrough, 1853-1941. 

Chaucer life records. 35 ft 

In University of Chicago Library. 

In part, photocopies (positive) of documents in the Lon- 
don Public Record Office, British Museum, Guildhall Li- 
brary, Bodleian Library, and other, sources. 

Material collected by Vincent Burrough Redstone, Lilian 
Jane Redstone (1855-1955), and other members of a re- 
search team for a new edition of Life-records of Chaucer, 
pts. 1-4, edited by W. IX Selby, F.J. FurnivaD, E. A. Bond, 



and R. E. G. Kirk (1900). Includes the MS. of Miss Red- 
stone's preparatory draft; notebooks on Chaucer's ancestry, 
compiled by V. B. Redstone; photocopies and notes of docu- 
ments related to the life of Chaucer and local context; asA 
interleaved and annotated copy of the 1900 edition contain-^ 
ing new records inserted among the old ones in chronologi- 
cal sequence; indexes ol the material; and supplementary 
material supplied by Mabel I. Redstone. 

Unpublished guide in the library. Also described in 
Materials for a new edition of the Chaucer life-records, by 
Martin M. Crow, in Texas studies in English, no. 31 (1952), 
p. 1-12. 

Gifts of Vincent, Lilian, and Mabel L Redstone ; and the 
University of Chicago Dept. of English'; 1925-55. 



MS 6 1 8 12 
Roosevelt, Theodore, Prcs. V. S., 1858-1919. 

Papers, 1884-1919. 308 items. 

In University of Chicago Library. 

Correspondence (1894-1900, 1913-19) between Roosevelt 
and Lemuel Ely Quigg (1863-1919), a New York Republi- 
can politician, concerning Quigg's role in Roosevelt's ap- 
pointment as police commissioner of New York City and his 
nomination as Governor of New York; letters and notes 
from Roosevelt to William Dennistoun Murphy concerning 
Roosevelt's work as U. S. Civil Service Commissioner, politi- 
cal events, and personal subjects;; newspaper clippings, 
menus, photos., and other memorabilia. Some of the letters 
for 1913 concern Roosevelt's nomination for the vice presi- 
dency in 1900, and were written by Quigg to aid Roosevelt 
in writing his autobiography. 

Unpublished guide in th*.library. 

Gifts of Herbert R. Strauss, 1960, 1962. m. 

MS 64-813 
Arndt, William, 1880-1957. 

Papers, 1894-1957. (MS 62-3337) 
Addition, 1920-57. 11 ft. (ca. 22,000 items) 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St. Louis) 

Correspondence; papers and essays relating to Lutheran 
union, doctrinal and intersynodical matters, the Concordia 
Seminary, and Missouri Synod missions; miscellaneous lec- 
ture notes on the New Testament; and material relating jo 
the Bauer, Arndt-Gingrich Greek-English lexicon of the 
New Testament Correspondents include W. A. Baepler, G. 
Christian Barth, John William Behnken, E. F. Brand, C. F. 
Brommer, F. H. Brunn, H. C. Cadbury, C. H. Dodd, F. V. 
Filson, Alfred Ottomar Fuerbringer, Felix Wilbur Ging- 
rich, Edgar J. Goodspeed, Martin Graebner, Theodore Con- 
rad Graebner, F. C. Grant, B. Metzger, J Pelikan, H. 
Preuss, and Louis John Sieck. 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift of the daughters of Mr. Arndt, 1962. 



MS64-814 
Lutheran Church — Missouri Synod. Board for World Mia^ 

Records, 1869-1960. ca. 20 ft (ca. 12,775 items) 

In Concordia Historical Institute collections (St Louis) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Reports, finan cial records, minutes, conferences, photos^ 
pamphlets, and other material relating to missionary work 
with immig rants and to missions in Europe, Estonia, Latvia, 
China, Formosa, India, the Philippine Islands, New Guinea, 
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Lutheran Church — Missouri Synod. Board for World Mis- 
sions. Records, 1869-1960. (Continued) 
grams in Chinese by Emma Selle, and material on the Chi- 
nese language. Before 1959 the Board for World TWi««i«nn 
A was known as the Board for (or of) Foreign Missions. 

Open to investigators under restrictions of the repository. 
Information on literary rights available in the repository. 
Gifts and deposits of the board, 1955-62. 
This entry replaces MS 62-836. 



MS 64-815 
Allen, Charles Francis Hitchcock, 1895- eoUeetor. 

Pittsburg, Shawmnt & Northern Railroad Company pa- 
pers, 1872-1960. 3ft. -^ 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1963, 2161) 

Includes Allen's history of the Pittsburg, Shawmnt & 
Northern Railroad Company and predecessor and affiliated 
lines (3 v.) ; letters (1942-^60) received by Allen from offi- 
cials and former employees of the P. S. & N., fellow railroad 
historians, mechanical engineers, and others; Allen's research 
notes; a corporate history prepared by the P. S. & N. auditor 
(1919); correspondence (1912-19) of employees concerning 
maintenance and operation; 38 letters (1889-90) from 
George D. Chapman, vice-president of the Lackawanna and 
Southwestern Railroad, to its auditor, M. S. Blair, concern- 
ing plans to obtain control of the Coudersport and Port 
Allegany Railroad; reports of derailments and other acci- 
y dents, steam shovel operations, and boiler inspections; train 
orders; right-of-way agreements; payroll drafts, receipts, 
seniority rosters and other employee data; timetables, em- 
ployee passes, stock certificates, pamphlets, newspapers, press 
cuttings, broadsides, maps, blueprints, charts, and photos. 
Other railroads represented include Allegany Central; 
Brookville & Mahoning; Buffalo and Susquehanna; Buffalo, 
St Marys and Southwestern ; Central New York and West- 
ern; Clarion River Railway; Erie Narrow Gauge System; 
Friendship Rail Road Company; Genessee River, Lacka- 
wanna & Pittsburgh; Kane and Elk; Lackawanna & Pitts- 
burgh; ML Jewett and Smethport; Mt. Jewett, Kinzua & 
Riterville; New York & Pennsylvania; Olean Rail Road 
Company; Rochester, Hornellsville & Lackawanna; Roches- 
ter, New York and Pennsylvania; Rochester, Nunda & Penn- 
sylvania ; and Tionesta Valley Railway. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Allen, 1959, 1961. 



MS 64-816 
Allen, George, 1808-1876. 
I 1 Papers, 1856-59. 145 items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (13/1/280) 
In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Educator and clergyman. Letters to Allen from Daniel 
Willard Fiske pertaining chiefly to the game of chess, its 
history, and famous players, and containing some comments 
on Fiske's other interests, such as Icelandic history and cul- 
ture ; and a catalog of Allen's chess collection and library. 



MS 64-817 
Alward, Emily Wight (Babcock) 1836-1919. 

Estate papers, 1806-1919. 3 v. and 1 box. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1848) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Correspondence, diaries, scrapbooks, schoolgirl poetry and 
compositions, memorabilia, photos., newspaper clippings, 
miscellaneous articles, other printed matter, and other 
papers. Most of the papers are concerned with Emily Bab- 
cock's journey to England for her marriage to Dennis B. 
Alward, assistant secretary of the U. S. Legation in London, 
and the couple's life in diplomatic and court circles (1865- 
67). Mrs. Alward's letters to her mother, Mary (Potter) 
Babcock, describe her presentation to Queen Victoria, and 
comment on the status, personality, appearance, and cos- 
tumes of the Queen, members of the Royal family, English 
noblewomen, and various others, including the Empress 
Eugenie, Adelina Patti, Mrs. Charles Francis Adams, Mrs. 
Montgomery Ritchie, Mrs. John Bigelow, and Kate Chase 
Sprague, and mention events in British politics. Papers of 
Mrs. Babcock, who accompanied her daughter to England 
consist of a diary in which she records her impressions of 
the voyage, the wedding, sights seen in England and France, 
English customs, and the return trip; and letters to her 
husband and. children. Dennis Alward's papeie include 
three letters from Secretary of State William Seward con- 
cerning his appointment to the London post; seven letters 
from Louis Philippe Albert d'Orleans, comte de Paris, com- 
menting on U. S. Reconstruction policies, the Alabama claims 
case, and personal matters; two letters in German from 
the Austrian admiral Wilhelm von Tegetthoff, in which he 
comments on the American Civil War, naval operations in 
the eastern Mediterranean, and personal matters; notes from 
Charlotte Cushman and Katharine, Lady Clarendon. Pa- 
pers of Mrs. Alward's father, George Reed Babcock consist 
of licenses and deeds and two letters from Millard Fillmore 
concerning Whig conventions held in 1846 and 1852. Papers 
of Mrs. Alward's maternal grandfather, Heman Bradley 
Potter include licenses, other legal documents, and a type- 
written copy of a diary (1810) of the journey he made from 
Hudson, N. Y. to Buffalo, N. Y. 



MS 64-818 
American Association of University Women. Ithaca 
JSriin/h 

Records, 1918-1957. ca. 2 boxes. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History nnd University Archives (1849) 

Minutes of meetings, reports of officers and committee 
chairmen, financial statements, lists of officers and members, 
a few letters (1946-57), newspaper clippings, and much 
printed matter. Includes typescript of History of the Ithaca 
Branch of the A. A. U. W. (1918-20) by Edith Anna Ellis; 
photos, and musical scores of "the A. A. U. W. sponsored 
"living chess" game; and newsletters of the International 
Federation of University Women. 

Described in Cornell University, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives, Reports of the curator and 
archivist (1954-58) p. 22, (1958-62) p. 26. 

Deposited by the Ithaca Branch, A. A. U W. 



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American Nature Study Society. VS 64rSl9 

Records, 1937-49. 3 ft. 

In ComeU University Libraries, Collection of Regional 
Mistory and University Archives (2195) 
Correspondence of secretary-treasurers Nellie Matlock and 

S*fos K WeaTOr J"* of **" Conservation Committee 
S^i'! correspondence (1947-48) with the U. S. Dept 
of the Interior, Senators and Congressmen, Izaak Walton 
league, Ecologists Union, National Council of State Garden 
Clubs, and other groups concerning legislation on national 
land use policy; letters dealing with annual meetings and 
with the printing and distribution of Canadian nature, the 
official publication of the society; and minutes, reports. 

lES"?**^* T d 0ther *&TOA«d and prhS 
itenBjtogether with correspondence, announcements, and 
m^Wnp and mading lists of the American Association 
f^^fi Ad^ncement of Science and the Natural Resources 
SfiP^f? "^ ^ soretion s and press releases of tte 
W ™In VT^ ^ Correspondents include Otis 
W. Caldwell, C Girard Davidson, George Free, Ruth 
M™ G^uiore, E. Laurence Palmer, Samuel HI Ordway, 
Jr-, L. R Sharp, Ellen Eddy Sharp, Dwight E Sollberffer 

wood, and Fanda Wiley. 
Gift of E. Laurence Palmer, 1962. 

MS 64-820 
Andrews, Charles Thomas, 1842-1931. 

Papers. 1854-1922. ca. 100 items and 7 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (2180) 

Educator, journalist, and public official. Annotated scrap- 
oooks^ (1864-1922) containing correspondence, broadsides, 
pamphlets, historical sketches, and commemorative ad- 
dresses, newspaper clippings, and other printed items: An- 
drews and Clark family genealogical material; and bio- 
graphical data and reminiscences concerning Andrews' 
teaching career in Watkins Glen, Jacksonville, Reynolds- 
ville, and Nora Hector, N. Y. and Owatonna, Mi™, his 
work on the Watkins express, the Seneca County courier, 
and the South Bend, Ind. Times, his appointments to the 
offices of School Commissioner of Schuyler Co N Y su 
perintendent of schools at Seneca Falls, N. Y, Lent of the 
Secretary of State supervising absentee voting of New York 
State soldiers in Cuba and Puerto Rico (1899), inspector of 
New York State schools, and other positions. Included in 
the scrapbooks are Andrews' editorials, news articles, and 
letters to die editors, as well as clippings and correspond- 
ence of other journalists, dealing with the meeting of the 
Albany Institute m Watkins (1873), Republican and Pro- 
gressive Party politics, conditions in Cuba and Puerto Rico, 
and the education and welfare of New York State Indians. 
Other items include essays, addresses, and school news- 
papers of Andrews and his daughter, Lulu, and a MS. copy 
of The teachers' portfolio (1862) published by the Schuyler 
county Teachers' Association. 
Gift of Benjamin R Andrews, 1961-62. 

Arnold Lumber Company, Pough&eepsie, W. Y 

Records, 1821-1938. ca. 88 ft. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
.History and University Archives (1724) 

Journals, toial balances, inventories, cashbooks, daybooks, 
and other ledgers and account books, and catalogs of furni- 
ture, lumber, and building supplies. Includes accounts re- 
lating to die Howard Hose Company (1846), S. B. Rickard 

^"^SrJ 18 ?!- 6 ^. Fr0St ** d West Furniture 
{ iosu) , and other Poughkeepsie companies. 



TtfS 64-822 
Babcock, John Butler, 1922- 

Letters, 1938-46. 609 items. 

In Cornell University Libraries, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (2015) a 

Soldier. Letters from Babcock to his parents, Mr ancr 
Mrs. Howard E. Babcock of Ithaca, N. Y. and other mem- 
bers of his family, concerning his school days at Phillips 
Exeter Academy and his experiences with the U S. Army 
in Europe during World War n; letters (1944-46) to the 
Babcock family from John Thomas Conner describing his 
basic training and Army technical school studies and his 
tour of active duty in Assam, India. 

Gift of Mrs. Howard E. Babcock, 1960. 



„ „ MS64-823 

Bacon, Hosea. 

Papers, 1820-69. 1 box. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1662) 

Farmer, of Graystone Farm, Gaines Township, N. Y. 
Farm, mill, and general account books (1822-60), diary of 
expenditures and income (1869), a deed (1826), certificate 
(1860) of elder's orders for the Church of God, a report 
(1842) of the Commissioners of Highways, and several 
weaving drafts (1820-28). 



Badgley, Lester, collector. 

Papers, 1799-1919. ca. 50 items. 

In Cornell University Libraries, Collection of Regio 
History and University Archives (2176) 

Transatlantic and coastwise bills of lading, insurance 
policies, and other shipping documents issued in New York 
City, Philadelphia, Wilmington, Savannah, Bordeaux, 
Liverpool, Hamburg, and Guadeloupe to John Juhel & Com- 
pany and other firms; a letter (1815) to Ichabod Parsons, 
Denmark, N. Y. from his brother in Boston, telling of his 
plans to sail on the privateer schooner Tomahawk and men- 
tioning the Battle of New Orleans ; and miscellaneous printed 
matter and other papers, many from Denmark and Low- 
ville, Lewis Co., N. Y. 

Gift of Mr. Badgley, 1961. 



™ . * .. MS 64-825 

Baker family. 

Papers, 1861-1925. 1 box. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1671) 

Diaries (1871-79) of Andrew Baker, a fanner of West 
Dryden, Tompkins Co., N. Y., containing comments on 
meetings of the local Methodist Church, agricultural meet- 
ings in Ithaca, and other matters; a few personal letters, 
minutes of a meeting held in West Dryden (1874) to <JP 
ganize a chapter of the Young Men's Christian Associations, 
the bylaws of that chapter, minutes of a meeting of the 
Farmers Institute in Ithaca (1878), with notes on a lecture 
by Isaac P. Roberts; inventories; various items collected by 
Andrew's son, Andrew Alvord Baker, while serving with a 
Cornell University contingent in the American Ambulance 
Field Service in France and Italy during World War i; 
and miscellaneous papers. 



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MS 64-826 
Barrus, Mortier Franklin, 1879-1962. 
Papers, 1908-45. 11 ft. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (21/29/505) 
> Professor of plant pathology and extension specialist at 

• Cornell University. Personal, professional, and business 

correspondence, personal notebooks, an outline for lectures 
on plant diseases and their control (1923-24), notes, MSS. 
of writings, scrapbooks, work reports (1919-46), printed 
matter on extension work, and photos, of experimental plants 
and crops. Includes plant pathology correspondence (1980- 
45) and papers recording Barrns' observations and experi- 
ences in Puerto Rico, Venezuela, and Mexico. 
Gift of Mr. Barrus, 1960. 

MS 64-827 
Barry family. 

Papers, 1793-1956. 1 box. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1859) 

Family, merchant, and blacksmith account books (1806- 
79), a few personal letters, indentures (1793-1868), a report 
on the condition of the Troy Turnpike (1867?), trade cards, 
and miscellaneous papers from Rensselaer Co., N.Y. 

MS64-828 
Barton, Frank Arthur, 1869-192L 
Papers, 1887-1922. 1ft 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (33/2/448) 

Army officer and professor of military science at Cornell 
University. Correspondence and pamphlets concerning 
Barton's appointment at Cornell, alumni activities, the Boy 
tifr Scouts, the R. O. T. C. program, Delta Upsilon fraternity, 
and Cornell University's Semi-Centennial celebration. In- 
cludes photos, of Barton, his family, and R. O. T. C. 
students. 
Gift of Mrs. Paul CLeary, 1958. 

MS 64-829 
Bath Knitting Mills, Bath, N. Y. 

Records, 1907-13. ca. 4 ft. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1368) 

Correspondence, papers of incorporation (1907), orders, 
bills and receipts for machinery,, knitting materials, elec- 
tricity, plumbing, rent, office supplies and labor, insurance 
policies, statements of assets and liabilities, and a letter con- 
cerning the bankruptcy of the mills in 1913. Includes cor- 
respondence of or about William MacDonald, George W. 
Peck, and Amos G. Wilson. 

MS 64-830 
Baxter, Hubert Eugene, 1887- 

Papers, 1924-48. lbox. 

In Cornell University Libraries, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (15/2/337) 

Professor of architecture. Correspondence, reports, and 
M- printed matter relating to Cornell University policy on 
™ many aspects of student and faculty activities. Correspond- 
ents include Horace B. Benson, Cornelius Betten, Charles 
D. Bostwick, E. F. Kiewiet, Livingston Farrand, R. Louise 
Fitch, William A. Hammond, Abram T. Kerr, Dexter S. 
Kimball, Thomas W. Mackesey, Albert R. Mann, Frederick 
G. Marcham, Robert B. Meigs, Carleton C. Murdock, Robert 
M Ogden, Paul M. CLeary, R P. Sibley, James A. Taylor, 
Hugh E. Weatherlow, and Herbert H Williams. 



MS 64-831 



Belden family. 

Papers, 1816-91. 133 items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1251) 

In part, photocopies. 

Largely letters and a journal written by Eugene C. 
Belden (1844-1864) of Tioga Co., N. Y., during his service 
with the 137th Regt, New York Volunteers in the Civil War. 
Other items pertain to militia service performed by other 
members of the family in Massachusetts and New York, to 
the Belden genealogy, and other matters. Includes papers of 
or about Ira Belden, William Belden (1786-1859), William 
Franklin Belden (1813-1895), and John White Geary. 

Gift of Clarence Belden Randall, 1953. 

MS 64-832 
Berry, Romeyn, 18831-1957. 

Papers, ca. 1898-1956. 17 ft. . 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (41/5/518) 

Columnist, lawyer, and graduate manager of athletics at 
Cornell Universitv. Personal and business correspondence 
and other papers", clippings, MSS. of articles and radio 
broadcasts, photos., scrapbooks, and pamphlets and other 
printed matter, reflecting Berry's varied t^^ and interests. 
Includes material on intercollegiate athletics, the NCAA, the 
American Olympic Committee, and the IC4A. 

Gift of Mrs. Berry, 1960. 

MS64-8S8 
Bethesda Sanitarium, Montour Fdh, N. T. 
Records, 1878-1920. ca. 5 ft 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1440) 

Records of medical fees, treatments given, general main- 
tenance, travel, room and board, and general inventory. In- 
cludes references to Dr. C. D. Clawson, M S. Clawson, J. M. 
Quirk, and Sullivan Farm. 

MS64-834 
Birch, Raymond RusseO, 1881-1959. 

Papers, 1910-58. 715 items. . 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (24/2/525) 

Professor of veterinary research and head of the Vet- 
erinary Experiment Station at Cornell University. The 
bulk of the papers is for the period 1910-18 and is largely 
composed of correspondence containing advice to farmers 
and veterinarians, business transactions wife chemical and 
supply firms, information on hog cholera and brucellosis, 
and administrative correspondence with Veranus Alva 
Moore, dean of the New York State Veterinary College. 
Includes questionnaires to New York communities on gar- 
bage disposal, and tables and charts pertaining to the College 
and to New York State veterinarians. 
Unpublished guide in the library. 
Gift of Frank M. Birch, 1960. 

MS 64-835 

Boardman, Emily, d. 1898. 

Estate papers, 1888-1903. 79 items. _ 

In Cornell University Libraries, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1936) 

Will of Emily Boardman, sister of Douglass Boardman, 
other legal documents, accounts, receipts, and correspond- 
ence addressed to George R. Williams (banker and business- 
man of Ithaca, N Y-), pertaining to the settlement of Miss 



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1898. Estate papers, 1888-1903. 



Boardman, Emily, d. 
(Continued) 

Boardmaii's estate; and "two letters relating to tie estates of 
Riley Spence and Maria S. Blakeslee of Trumansbur<r. 
1 omplans Co., N. Y. "' 

Gift of Robert Williams Robinson, 1959. 

t> i ™„- „ MS 64-838 

Bouck, William C 1786-1859. 

Papers, 1727-1866. ca. 2 ft. and 1 reel of microfilm. 
In Cornell University Libraries, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (2206) 
In part, photocopies (15 items) 

Governor of New York State. Correspondence, appoint- 
ment papers, official documents, and other papers chiefly 
relating to Bouck's political career and concerning his serv- 
ice as sheriff of Schoharie Co., N. Y., member of the New 
York State Assembly, postmaster of West Middlebury, 
N. Y, member of tie New York State Canal Commission, 
and assistant U. S. Treasurer at New York City. Papers 
relating to Bouck's governorship and to his later public life 
include material on the national sub-treasury plan, the direct 
tax, the antirent movement and resultant civil disturbances, 
mainly in Schoharie and Rensselaer counties, prisons in New 
York State, the Barnburner-Hunker factionalism in the 
Democratic Party, and pre-Civil War tensions. Consider- 
able material (bills of seizure, deeds, indentures, and other 
papers) pertains to the sale of lands (1727-1858) in Scho- 
harie Co. and adjacent areas. Miscellaneous items include 
New York State Militia commissions; copies of wills and 
probate papers, and other legal documents (1771-1859) of 
Bouck, his father, Christian, and his grandfather William: 
papers relating to Bouck's Wisconsin land investments and 
his rental incomes and other personal and family business- 
estate inventory of Cornelius Feeck; and business papers of 
Benjamin and Juliet Best and John Ferguson. 

Unpublished guides available in the library. Also de- 
scribed in the Report of the curator and archivist, Cornell 
University Libraries, Collection of Regional History and 
the University Archives (1958-62) , p. 29-31. 
Gift of Mrs. William B. Cornell, 1962. 

t> ™- MS 64-837 

Bowen, Elias, 1791-1871. 

Correspondence, 1820-52. 50 items. 

In Cornell University Libraries, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (2111) 

Methodist clergyman and trustee of Cazenovia Seminary. 
.Letters to Bowen from clergymen and others relating to re- 
vivalism in Ithaca, N. Y. and elsewhere, to tteTork of 
Cazenovia Seminary and Wesleyan University, and to yearly 
conferences and other activities of the Methodist Church in 
centralNew York; and four letters from Bowen to his wife 
Abigail. 

Described in the Report of the curator and archivist, 
Cornell University Libraries, Collection of Regional History 
and the University Archives (1958-62) p. 31. 

Gift of Francis W. Robinson, 1961. 

Brainard, Eleanor (Holston) collector. MS 64-838 

Holston papers, 1858-1917. 182 items 
In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (377) 

nJSSSnf^^Sf -S^ ''^J?"^ 1 ^ natural sciences 
(1860-1900 of the^Rev. W. C. Knapp of Hennepin and 

JSormal, HI.; miscellaneous letters; tax receipts: photos.; 

albums; and a box of clippings of religion and faith healing 

Grift of Mrs. Brainard. 



BramhaU, William Ely, 1857-1931. 

Papers, 1875-77. 132 items and 2 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional His- 
tory and University Archives (16/5/149) ^ 

Student notes on mechanics kept by BramhaU, a memberW 
of the Cornell University Class of 1877; a quitclaim for 
a ksg of beer (1876) from n classmate; a printed syllabus 
of general geology lectures (1875-76) delivered by Theodore 
Bryant Comstock; and other papers. 



u_- * » - MS64-840 

Bryant, Lama, 1878-1961. 

Papers, ca. 1895-1961. 37 ft 

In Cornell University Libraries, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (2112) 

Music teacher and supervisor of singing in the public 
schools of Ithaca, N. Y. Correspondence, diaries, notebooks, 
scrapbooks, bulletins, grade books, reports, concert pro- 
grams, musical scores, verse and lyrics, albums, photos., 
greeting cards, and other papers relating to Miss Bryant's 
teaching in Ithaca schools and in summer sessions at Cornell 
University, San Francisco State College, Utah State Agri- 
cultural College, Louisiana State University, and elsewhere. 
Includes professional correspondence with colleagues, pub- 
lishers, and others concerning the textbooks on which Mia; 
Bryant collaborated with Hollis Dann and with Katharine 
Knapp. 

Gift of Miss Bryant's estate, 1961. 



_, MS 64-841 

Bumtt, Maurice Chase, 1883-1959. 

Papers, 1832-1959. ca. 13 ft. 

In Cornell University Libraries, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1797, 2127) 

Agriculturist Correspondence, diaries (1911-45), journal 
kept during a trip to India (1950-51), 27 v. of memoranda 
notebooks (1923-49), scrapbooks of editorials and articles, 
reports, articles, speeches, farm, household, personal, and 
family accounts, lecture notes on rural organizations and 
commercial fruit farming, genealogical material on the 
Burritt, Phelps, and Barber families, other papers, and 
photos. Includes material relating to Burritt's connection 
with the New York State Food Supply Commission as State 
director of Farm Bureaus and to his positions as director 
and comptroller of the Cooperative Grange League Federa- 
tion Exchange, inc., and as executive assistant to Howard E. 
Babcock, general manager of the G. L. F.; accounts (1902- 
65) of Beechwood Farm, Hilton, N. Y., which Burritt owned 
and operated; crop production cost analyses and summaries 
prepared in cooperation with the Office of Farm Manage- 
ment, U. S. Dept of Agriculture; and letters from readers 
of the New York tribune farmer, which Burritt edited 
(1911-13). Correspondents include Maurice C. Bond, NeaL* 
Brewster, D. A Brodie, Gerald Cook, J. S. Cotton, L. G>l 
Dodge, Edward R. Eastman, W. L. Gay, Robert HalL Alice 
R. McAniff, Milo R. Maltbie, Albert R. Mann, Thomas E. 
Milliman, Henry Morgenthau, Jr., C. B. Smith, W. J. Spill- 
man, E. H Thomson, and Miriam B. Underbill. 

Described in Report of the curator and archivist, Cornell 
University Libraries, Collection of Regional History and 
University Archives (1954-58) p. 28-29 and (1958-62) p. 



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MS64-842 
Butler, John Andrew, 1892-1918. 
Letters, 1917-20. 127 items. 

In Cornell University Libraries, Collection of Regional 
^ History and University Archives (2013) 

P Soldier. Letters from Butler to members of his family, 

discussing his experiences with the American Expeditionary 
Force in France and describing the French countryside, vil- 
lage life, and agricultural methods; official letters to his 
parents concerning the circumstances of his death in the 
Argonne Forest; and 20 photos, of Butler and his relatives. 
Gift of Mrs. Howard E. Babcock, 1960. 

MS 64-843 
Cantine, Christina M 

Papers, 1819-87. 1 box. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1652) 

Correspondence, poetry, invitations, announcements, news- 
paper clippings, and other miscellaneous papers. Letters to 
members of the Williams and Cantine families of Ithaca, 
K. T., especially to Christina Cantine and to members of the 
Van Buren family of Kinderhook, N. Y., all of whom were 
interrelated. Includes a letter (1859) from Martin Van 
Buren regarding the life of Moses I. Cantine (1774-1823), 
his brother-in-law, close friend, and political supporter, edi- 
tor of the "Albany argos," and New York State senator; 
two personal letters (1819, 1821) from Moses L Cantine to 
his daughter, Christina; a letter (1847) to Martin Van Buren 
from a friend, R. J. Butler, regarding a possible visit by 
President James K. Polk to Van Buren's home; a letter 
(1827) from John Van Buren, son of Martin, to a friend, 
speaking of the "beauism" of his father; letters (1865-66) 
from Henry Shaler Williams and Roger B. Williams to 
^| their mother from and about life at Tale College, including 
^ religious activities. Religion and family affairs are topics 
of most of the other letters. Other correspondents include 
Ruth Croswell, H H Fish, E. Folsom, Jane L. Hardy, 
Louisa Hardy, John C. F. Hoes, Mary Seymour Mont- 
gomery, A. A. Van Buren, Angelica Van Buren, Elton Van 
Buren, H E. Van Buren, Charles H. Walker, Susan Walker, 
William Walker, Louise Williams, and W. C. Wisner. 

MS64-844 
Carver, Walter Buckingham, 1879-1961. 

Papers, ca. 190&48. ca. 5 ft. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (14/19/592) 

Professor of mathematics at Cornell University. Corre- 
spondence with students and colleagues, drafts of published 
papers, notes, MS. for a mathematics text, lecture notes, 
examinations, roll books, grade lists, M A. and Ph. D. theses 
at Cornell University, faculty reports and by-laws, reprints, 
conference reports, and a collection of programs for concerts, 
plays, and sporting events in Ithaca, Coming, New Tork 
City, and Ohio. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Mrs. Carver. 

MS64-845 
0; Cass, Marcus M 6.1824. 

Papers, 1877-1906. 692 items ancl2<v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (231) 

Lawyer and fanner, of Watkins Glen, N. T. MSS. of 
books, poetry, reports of seances by a medium, essays on 
spiritualism, and other papers. Includes letters to the editor 
and essays of Marcus M Cass, Jr. (b. 1855), lawyer, poli- 
tician, and editor of the Watkins express. 



MS 64-846 
Catterall, Ralph Charles Henry, 1866-1914. 

Papers, 1906-ca. 1914. 236 items and 1 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (14/17/559, 14/l7/m.46S) 

Professor of history at Cornell University. Lecture notes, 
speeches, articles, and reports on Russia. A diary (June 27- 
Nov. 28, 1907) kept while Catterall was traveling in Ger- 
many, Poland, and Russia pertains mostly to Russia and 
describes conditions there in detail. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Ralph T. Catterall, 196L 

MS64-847 
Cazenovia, N. T. Presbyterian Church. 

Records, 1798-1953. 1ft. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (2060) 

Session records; trustees' minutes; proceedings (1818) 
of the Cazenovia Sunday School Society; imprints of ser- 
mons preached by the Rev. Joshua Leonard; record of 
church memberships and baptisms (1850-86) compiled by 
the Rev. George S. Boardman and later pastors; secretary's 
and treasurer's records (1881-1951) and miscellaneous pa- 
pers of the Torrey Circle and other women's organizations; 
letters (1897-98) chiefly to the Rev. Silas E. Persons from 
Edward North, Sophia L. Boardman, and others concerning 
centennial research; church treasurer's records and other ac- 
counts (1905-44) ; guestbook (1943-49) ; printed matter, and 
otherpapers. 

Deposit, 1961. 

MS 64-848 
Central New York Farmers' Club, UHea, N. T. 

Records, 1870-1915. 1 box. ' „'- , 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1734) 

Printed copy of articles of association, treasurer's report 
(1907) prepared by H. N. Tyler of New Hartford, N. Y., 
minutes of meetings and fragmentary notes kept by Tyler 
as corresponding secretary and treasurer (1913) ; draft of a 
history of the organization written by Tyler (1915) ; a farm 
account book kept by Edward Weeks of Albion, Orange Co., 
NY, two volumes Of newspaper clippings pertaining to club 
activities; loose clippings; drafts of papers on American 
forests, the cactus plant, the honeysuckle, the fruit orchard, 
and the geographical distribution of plants; and miscel- 
laneous programs and bulletins. 

MS 64-849 

demons, Alfred. 

Papers. 1822-54. 34 items, 28 v., and 3 boxes. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (474) 

Army officer, builder, and constable of Buffalo, N. Y. 
Correspondence, contracts, labor and carpenter accounts, 
plans for the construction of the American House, shops, a 
malt house, foundry, and various dwellings in Buffalo, and 
other items relating to demons' activities as a builder 
(1828-44) ; goldsmith accounts (1843-45) ; general house- 
hold and expense accounts (1828-53) ; a series of letters to 
Clemons from Alanson Palmer, a patent broker, land specu- 
lator, and builder, relating to their mutual interests in the 
selling of patent rights, the manufacturing and sale of 
machinery, and land and building speculation; correspond- 
ence, commissions, surgeon's reports, officers' oaths, muster 
rolls, invitations, election notices and returns, and other 
papers relating to demons' activities as a colonel of the 
208th Regt. of Infantry, New York Volunteers (1822-49) ; 



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Clenions, Alfred. Papers, 1822-54. (Continued) 

correspondent orders, reports relating to crimes, criminals, 
stolen goods, fugrtiv6-sia*es^Hul other police matters, guard- 
house memorandum books, travel accounts, a long series of 
reward handbills, and other papers relating to demons' 
activities as constable of Buffalo (1842-54). 

Cooper, Lane, 1875-1959. ^ 6 *~ 85 ° 

Papers, ca. 1917-58. 1 ft 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (14/12/534, 14/12M.420) 

Professor of English language and literature at Cornell 
™^ Sessional and personal correspondence and 
many MSS f Cooper's publications. Personalcorrespond- 
enc^ largely during the 1940's and 1950>s, with Ralph A. 
Lridle, reveals Cooper's personality, interests, and activities 
during his later years. 

„ „ MS 64-851 

Cooper, RosweD D 1877-1954, ^^ 

Papers, 1784-1954, 1 box and 1 reel of microfilm. 

_In Cornell University Library, CoUection of Regional 

History and University Archives (1726) 

Agriculturist. Correspondence, copies of reports (1917- 

19) of the Dairymen's League (of which Cooper was presi- 
dent and later member of its executive committee) ; micro- 
fitaofanessay by Cooper entitled Origins and development 
of the Dairymen's League ; newspaper clippings ; and papers 
(1784-1884) of the Ward and Cooper families consisting of 
personal letters, and miscellaneous deeds and indentures 
(1702-1846) pertaining to land in Herkimer Co, N. Y. and 
m Connecticut Cooper's papers relate to his interest in the 

/ v- , State dairy J 1 " 1 " 311 ? and include carbon copies 
of his letters to editors of various New York State news- 
papers, the U. S. Dept of Agriculture, Fred Sexauer of the 
Dairymen's League, and others about milk marketing, prices, 
and surpluses, lobbying, strikes, the cooperative movement 
and the Temple of Agriculture. The War and Cooper fam- 
ily correspondence is concerned mostly with family matters 
but contains some comments on national politics, travels in 
India and Egypt, a vtarit to a slave pen in St Louis (1861), 
^ '^^^^ Public mta^ in education in Doylestowi; 

Prartsburg church collection, 1884-1919. 110 items. 

Wi-L™?rr ?"*?"** Librar 7> Coition of Regional 
iustory and University Archives (699) 

Programs, prayer meeting topics, Epworth League pro- 
^T S 'i^L ? er P - apers tor **• *■***» MethodistrEpW 
f£^ ^ Sby ^ en l? churches of Prattsburg, N. Y and the 
Christian Church of Ingleside, N. Y. 

Courtney, Charles Edward, 1849-1920 ^ 64 ~ 853 

Papers, 1880-1938. 2 boxes. 

In Cornell University Library, CoUection of Regional 
.History and University Archives (40/1/142) 

Athlete and Cornell University rowing coach. Letters 
from and about Courtney (1880-1930), congratulatory and 
c«nmendatory telegrams (1897-1920), a biographical sketch 
of Courtney by Nellie Larmon Anthony, Cornell crew record 
and attendance^books (1900-15), photos, of Courtney and 
Cornell crews (1880-1938), and numerous regatta programs, 
souvenirs, and personal memorabilia. 

Gift of Mrs. Fred Atwater. 



n ii t „ MS 64-854 

Coville, Luzerne, 1865- 

Papers collected by Anna Elsbree, 1894-1935. 190 items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (19/1/413) a 

Physician and lecturer in anatomy and surgery at Cornell^ 
University. Personal and professional correspondence, per- 
sonal bills and receipts (1895-1915), notes and correspond- 
ence pertaining to the history of Ithaca, N. Y., and a report 
(1903) on the Cornell University Infirmary. 



__ .„. MS 64-355 

Cross, Whitney R 1913-1955 

Papers, 1941-51. 1 box. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1678) 

Historian and first curator of the Collection of Regional 
History at Cornell University. Correspondence of Cross as 
a graduate student at Harvard University with members of 
his committee; correspondence, notes, and other items per- 
taining to his research: and a typewritten MS. entitled 
Revivalism & eccentric religions, 1830-1860. 



__ . MS 64-856 

Cnsnman, Robert Eugene, 1889- collector. 
Papers, 1940-50. 19 boxes. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (18/2/112) 

Correspondence, notes, and printed matter relating to 
mvil liberties in the U. S., collected with the support of a 
Rockefeller Foundation grant for the study of the "relation^ 
of civil rights to the control of subversive activities." ^» 



« - , . MS64-857 

DaBey family. 

Papers, 1883-1908. lbox. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1777) 

Correspondence and other papers pertaining to Francis 
Kernan Dalley's law practice in Ithaca, N. "ft; papers re- 
lating to the pension claim of a Negro Civil War veteran ; 
family letters from Dalley's brothers, C. J. Dalley of Bald- 
winsviUe, N. Y. and E. M Dalley of Geneva, N. Y.; auto- 
graph book (1883) of Gretta M Dalley; photos, of family 
and friends; form letters, bills, and related items of the 
Dalley family of Tompkins Co., N. Y. 



t. «.i « MS64-858 

Dethlefsen, Edgar Raymond, 1930- 

William Henry Miller papers, 1870-1957. 101 items. 

In ComeU University Library, CoUection of Regional 
History and University Archives ( 1856) 

Drawings (sets of plans and elevations, ca. 1890) andm 
specifications by WiUiam Henry MUler (1848-1922) an" 
architect of Ithaca, N. Y. ; a list of titles of articles about 
Miller and notable events in architecture in Ithaca appearing 
in the Ithaca daUy journal and the Ithaca weekly democrat 
(1870-1917) compUed by Dethlefsen for a CorneU Univer- 
sity master's thesis on MUler; a biographical sketch of 
Miller and an analysis of his design prepared by Dethlefsen 
as introductory sketches for his thesis. 

Gift of Mr. Dethlefsen. 



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MS 64-859 
Devereux, Mary D 

Scrapbooks, 1835-76. 2 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1505) 

Family correspondence, greeting cards, fashion plates, 
newspaper clippings, and social announcements from Utica, 
N. Y. Includes correspondence of Nicholas Devereux and 
William Constable Fierrepont 



MS64-860 
Douglas, Susan Havey, 1900-1962, collector. 

Scrapbooks, ca. 1955-60. 47 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (2214) 

Scrapbooks covering the history of the American Presi- 
dency from 1789-1960, containing autographs, prints, 
photos., cartoons, pamphlets, clippings, memorabilia, and 
other papers, dated, annotated, and indexed. 

Gift of Damon G. Douglas, 1962. 



MS64-S61 
Eaton, Hervey E 

Papers, 1870-1922. 37 v. and 2 boxes. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (728) 

Diaries (1884-1918) containing the household expenses of 
a family of four, with yearly balances; cashbooks (1870-86) 
for Eaton's drugstore in Syracuse, N. Y. with daily and 
weekly balances; an account book (1880-1913) of H. E. 
Eaton, O. E. Eaton, and A. N. Wood recording investments 
and income from stock and bonds in railroad and canal 
companies, local banks, farm mortgages, express and tele- 
graph companies, and including balance sheets for a tenant- 
operated farm (1893-96); and samples of receipted bills 
(1876-1922) illustrating the cost of living, taxes paid and 
letterheads of a number of businesses, including A. N. 
Wood's Utica Steam Gauge Company. 

Gift of Prank Pores Bussell, Mr. Eaton's son-in-law. 



MS 64-862 
Edwards, David Fay, 1834-1860. 

Papers, 1843-59. 1 box. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1209) 

Teacher. Letters relating to Edwards' experiences as a 
theological student of Lisle, N. Y., and later as a teacher in 
Illinois : journals and letters describing a trip to California 
(1859) ; miscellaneous family papers and genealogical notes. 
Includes correspondence of and about Hamilton Edwards 
and Frances Edwards Smith. 



r MS64-868 

Edwards, Hamilton. 

Account books of Hamilton and Franklin Boyd Edwards, 
1840-1900. 64 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (497) 

General accounts, cattle accounts (1850-91), and lumber- 
ing accounts (1859-1900) from Lisle, Broome Co., N. Y. 
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Henry Edwards. 



MS 64-864 
Edwards family. 

Genealogy, ca. 1600-1919. 1 box. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives ( 1163) 

Genealogical data compiled by R. H. Edwards of Lisle, 
N. Y., on the Edwards line, particularly those descendants 
of Jonathan Edwards who settled in Chenango Co., N. Y. 
Includes letters from various members of the family. 



MS 64-865 
Faass (F. Lewis) and Daniel Ford. 

Erie Canal lock papers, 1887-95. 51 items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1107) 

Correspondence, bids, specifications, labor and other costs, 
estimate of profits, and other papers relating to a contract to 
improve Lock no. 46, and an injunction by the Delaware, 
Lackawanna and Western Railroad. Correspondents include 
Elliot Danf orth, Edward G. Davis, Edward Hannan , Frank- 
lin D. Locke, and John D. McMahon. 



MS 64-866 
Fisher, James Boorman, 1833-1889. 

Papers, 1831-1945. 3 ft 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (2165) 

Presbyterian minister. Papers, chiefly 1858-87, co nsisting 
mainly of sermons and lectures delivered by Fisher. In- 
cludes sermons by Fisher's father, Josiah Fisher, and his 
maternal grandfather, Samuel Fisher; a pamphlet dealing 
with the career of his paternal grandfather, the Rev. Jona- 
than Fisher; and newspaper clippings. The papers origi- 
nated in Lyons Falls, Deposit, and Westtown, N. Y., and 
Pleasant Mount and Scranton, Pa. 



MS 64-867 
Fletcher, Stevenson Wbitcomb, 1875- 

Letter books, 1903-05. 5 v. . 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (21/22/459) 

Supervisor of extension teaching in agriculture at Cornell 
TJniversity. Letters from Fletcher to farmers, extension 
students, and prospective students concerning Farmer Read- 
ing-Course lessons, farmer reading clubs, the short winter 
course in agriculture offered by the New York State College 
of Agriculture, course grades and deficiencies, and agricul- 
tural techniques; and personal letters to educators, acquaint- 
ances, and agriculturists, chiefly President E. A Byron and 
professor E. E. Elliot and Solon Shedd of Washington 
State College, Professor Charles Keffer of Knoxville, Tenn, 
Wilhelm Miller, editor of Country life, and C. A Tonneson, 
editor of Northwest horticulturalist. 



MS 64-868 
Floyd family. 

Papers, 1790-1898. 5 boxes. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (777) 

Miscellaneous papers relating to the interrelated Floyd, 
Ireland, and Sicard families. The bulk of the collection 
(1855-73) deals with the activities of Montgomery Sicard 
(1836-1900) a U. S. naval officer, and contains notes, pam- 
phlets, and other materials on navigation, naval discipline, 
and the care and use of naval guns; and letters relating to 



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Moyd family. Papers, 1790-1898. (Continued) 

the shipwreck of the U. S. S. Saginaw in the Pacific (Nov. 
1870), and to Sicard's duties at the Brooklyn Nary Yard in 
the 1870's. The Floyd family papers include the militia 
records (1824-29) of Captain David Floyd, 157th Regt, 
New York Militia, Rome, Oneida Co., N. Y. The Ireland 
family papers include a plat book (1837) of the lands owned 
in New York City by the John Ireland estate. 



MS 64-869 
Eraser, Helen Anderson, 1902- 

Papers, 1918-62. ca. 4 ft. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives ( 1975 ) 

Medical librarian, of Albany, N. Y. Diaries (1918-54), 
correspondence, reports, newsletters, press releases, pro- 
grams, posters, and other items pertaining to Miss Fraser's 
interest in the Albany Inter-Racial Council, the New York 
State Commission Against Discrimination, Unitarian 
Church work, health insurance plans, folklore studies, and 
many other civic and cultural activities. 

Gift of Miss Fraser, 1960-62. 



.- *. ». . ™. MS 64-870 

^MSon, Edwin Thomas, 1884-1959. 

Papers, 1935-58. ca. 3 ft 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Eegional 
History and University Archives (1972) 

Lawyer and business executive. Correspondence, speeches, 
notebooks, and pamphlets and other printed matter con- 
cerning the Mutual security act and Mutual Security Ad- 
ministration, Defense Production Administration, Market 
Research Corporation of America, National Planning Asso- 
ciation, the American Assembly, International Materials 
Conference, International Milk Processors, National Biscuit 
Company, Merchants Refrigerating Company, First Federal 
Savings & Loan Association, and Eisenhower Exchange Fel- 
lowships. Includes letters and other papers relating to 
Gibson's position as a trustee of Cornell University and his 
interest in the Cornell Alumni Association in New York 
City. 

GLft of Mrs. Gibson, 1959. 



--,-,, m. , MS64-871 

&D, Charles. 

Papers, 1835-43. 2 ft 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1444) 

Mathematician. Correspondence with Benjamin Pierce 
and others relating to the publication of Mathematical mis- 
cellany, of which GUI was editor, and to other matters; 
printed and handwritten pages of mathematical data; and 
miscellaneous papers. 



™ ~ . MS 64-872 

Glen Springs Hotel, Waking Glen, N.T. 

Records, 1885-1984. 118 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 

History and University Archives (16A) 

Registers and accounts. 

Gift of William F. Leffingwell, 1942. 



„ . „, MS 64-878 

Greig, John, 1779-1858. 4 

Papers, 1794-1870. 18 reels of microfilm. 
In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1550) 

Lawyer, land agent, owner, and speculator, of Canaa- 
daigua, N. Y. Correspondence, accounts of purchases, pay- 
ments, and unsold lands, surveys, tax receipts, contracts, 
notes, bonds, deeds, powers of attorney, maps and field notes 
of the New York Military Tract and city lots of Rochester, 
N. Y. and Ontario Ca, N. Y. and other papers. Papers re- 
lating to Grog's land interests include material on the Che- 
nango Triangle, the Homby Estate, the New York Military 
Tract, Cottringer Tract, Ogden Tract, and the Pulteney 
Estate. His activities as a promoter of internal improve- 
ments are reflected in material relating to the Charlotte to 
Rochester Railroad, Erie Canal, Rochester and Carthage 
Railroad, Rochester and Ontario Plank Road, Sodus Canal 
Association and Sodus Land Company. The extensive per- 
sonal correspondence between Greig and various members 
of his family and with friends in England, Scotland, and 
the U. S. includes discussions of American political and eco- 
nomic activity, the tariff, the Bank of the U. S., President 
Andrew Jackson, the size of the Army, the Oregon question, 
Dorr's Rebellion, Indians, antimasonry, life in Washington, 
D. C, a trip to Geneseo, N. Y., Avon, N. Y. and the Wads- 
worth Estate, and internal British politics. Miscellaneous 
material includes histories of Sodus Point, N. Y., the Greig 
House, early Canandaigna, N. Y., and a biography of 
Charles Williamson, "builder of the Genesee Country." In- 
cludes correspondence and other papers of or about John C 
Adams, William Adams, John Jacob Astor, William L Bid- 
die, John Bishop, John Brace, John C. Calhoun, DeWitt 
Clinton, Alexander Duncan, Moses Dyer, Joseph Fellows, 
John Fiak, Thomas Fitzshnmons, Alonzo Frost, John Gran- 41 
ger, Alexander Greig, Eliza Greig, James Greig, Jacob Hal- 
let, Humphrey Howland, Levi HubbelL John Jameson, Wil- 
liam Jeffrey, A. B. Johnson, Sir John Johnstone estate, 
Elisha Kane, John K. Kane, D. S. Kennedy, Norman Little, 
W. W. McCay, E. C. MacDowell, R H. Martin, Thomas 
Morris, J. E. Ogden, Oliver Phelps, Charles Rees, Henry 
Remsen, John Richardson, Jedediah Sanger, Mark H Sib- 
ley, Robert Troup, John Tryon, James Walsh, and Walter 
Wells. 

Three reels of microfilm contain a copy of the original 
card file index. An unpublished guide is available in the 
library. 



MS 64-874 
Gnerlac, Othon Goepp, 1870-1933. 

Papers, ca. 4 ft 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (14/18/473) 

Professor of Romance languages at Cornell University. 
Correspondence, French notes, French Dept examinations, 
typewritten French exercises, newspaper clippings, and 
other printed matter. 

Gift of Henry Guerlac, 1959. 



„ MS 64-875 

Hallock, Albert Gildersleeve, 1888- 

Correspondence, 1907-27. 9 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (37/5/610) 

Largely annotated transcripts of student letters (1907-11) 
from Hallock, member of the Cornell Class of 1911, to bis 
mother; together with a few letters to Hallock. 

Gift of Mr. Hallock, 1962. 



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MS64-S76 



Hammond family. 

Business records, 1835-1916. 16 ft. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (2139, 2140) 

Correspondence, fi^anraal statements, orders, invoices, 
vouchers, board and freight bills, boat operation receipts, 
memoranda notebooks, and other papers from Crown Point 
and Ironville (formerly Irondale), Esses Co, K". Y. Many 
of the records concern the operations of the Crown Point 
Iron Company and its predecessors, Penfield & Taft, Pen- 
field & Harwood, and Penfield & Hammond, and include 
journals, cashbooks, payroll records and board bills for fur- 
nace, furnace company store, and company railroad em- 
ployees, and canal and lake steamer shipping accounts. 
Includes miscellaneous accounts of Hammond & Company, 
Charles Franklin Hammond, the Sugar Hall Company; 
grocery and general merchandise daybooks, cashbooks, cus- 
tomers' ledgers, inventories, order books, and other accounts 
of John and Thomas Hammond, the Hammond Store, Bar- 
ker & Wyman, and others. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 
Gift of Eugene Barker, 1961. 

MS64-87T 
Hart, Van Breed, 1894- coUeetor. 

Tompkins County accounts, 1830-80. 4 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1974) 

Blacksmith's accounts of Cortland Wheeler, of Dryden, 
N. Y.; Peruville, N. Y. cheese factory lading accounts; gen- 
eral store accounts of E. B. Hill; and distillery accounts of 
an unknown owner. 

Gift of Mr. Hart, 1960. 

| MS 64-878 

Hicks, Mabel Claudia. 

Papers. 1892-1915. 86 items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (2035) 

Correspondence (1908-13) concerning Miss Hicks' em- 
ployment as a teacher, copies of examinations, undated 
essays, and eleven school notebooks. The papers originated 
in Griffins Corners, Delaware Co., N. Y. and Egg Harbor 
City and New Brunswick, N. J. , - * 

Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Emerson Crosby Kelly, 1961. 

MS64-S79 
Hitchcock, Romyn, 1851-1923. 

Papers, 1882-1900. ca. 425 items. 

In Cornell University Libraries, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (2174) 

Chemist and lecturer on the Orient Correspondence, lec- 
ture notes, monographs, government bulletins and other 
pamphlet material, newspaper dippings, and maps, chiefly 
concerned with Chinese-American diplomatic relations, 
spheres of influence, problems of Chinese immigration, in- 
cluding low wages, tong societies, and the Chinese exclusion 
act, and the geography, art, religion, and customs of China 
and Japan. 

Gift, 1961. 

p MS 64-880 

Hough family. _ . , _ 

Genealogy and history, 1865-1954. ca. 475 items and 2 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (2023) 

Genealogical charts of the descendants of William Hough, 
who came "to America in 1640, and file cards containing mili- 
tary service and vital records of Hough men who served in 
the French and Indian War, American Revolution, War 



of 1812 Mexican War, Civil War, and Spanish American 
War, compiled by Elida C. Hough; genealogical correspond- 
ence (1913-54) among members of various branches of the 
femilv; and an unbound, uncut set of Franklin B. Hough's 
two-volume work Washingtomana (1865) • 
Gift of Helen Y. Hough, 1960. 



MS 64-881 

HobbeU, Henry Salem, 1869-1949. 

Papers, 1886-1949. ca.3ft _ . -o - , 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
Historyand University Archives (1955) 

Portrait artist and head of the School of P^ting and 
Decoration, Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh 
Letters (1897-1907) from Hubbell and his wife, when he 
was an art student in Paris, Etaples, France, and Madrid, 
largely to his benefactor, Mrs. Lydia Avery Coonley Ward; 
business correspondence; research and lecture notes; sketches, 
scrapbooks; records of commissions, sales, and exhibits; 
clippings, reviews, criticisms; photos, of his partings with 
notes Turn and by his son, Henry Wfflard Hubbell; and 
?a£ readings made by Henry Wfflard E*« 
much additional and chronological information about his 
father's life and work. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 
Gift of Henry Willard Hubbell, 1960. 

MS 64-882 
Hyde family. 

History and University Archives (1670) 
'SSondence, clippings, and other V^«'™™» 
Elise Hvde, her father, Orange Percy Hyde and her 
btofher, Walter Woodburn Hyde, relating to social and cmc 
life in Ithaca, N. Y, to various public issues, to ttia .Hyde's 
literary activities, her support of the repeal of the 18th 
amendment, and her interest in national politics and Amen- 
canfaffi JW Much of the family correspondence of 
WalteTwoodbura Hyde is from the years he was teaching at 
SeKaTpton, Mass. High School and Princeton Univer- 
d£ traveling in Great Britain, and studying m Athens, 
£e Halle, and other European cities Correspondents in- 
S George Lincoln Burr, George Washington Cable, JL 
Key Copland, Luigi Criscuolo, George deGrassi, Lewis 
E. Dofflemyer, John S. Fine, Frederic Treman Johnson, 
Alfred M. London, Clark S.Northup, Franks ^^ 
land Preston, Pauline Morton Sabm, Grace Alvana Seeley, 
sTanlev Shaw, Jouett Shouse, Sao-ke Alfred Sze, John 
labt Robert A. Taft, Jessie M. ThUlv, James W Wads- 
worth Jr., Andrew D. White, and William Allen White. 
Gift of Florence Elise Hyde. 

MS 64-883 

Israel, Henry, 1877- 

Papers, 1899-1958. ca. 300 items and lv. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (2159) 

Executive secretary of the Young Men's Christian Asso- 
ciations. Correspondence (1933-58) with John L. Hopkins, 
superintendent of schools for Hasbn^gs-on-HudsonKY, 
William R. Shirley, president of the School Board Norman 
G Swift, principal of the Hastings Center for Adult Edu- 
cation, and other civic leaders of Hastings and Westchester 
Co., N. Y concerning recreational and educational programs 



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IsraeLHenry, 1877- Papers, 1899-1958. (Continued) 

HfiS^f fi^T 1 "'^ }** m ovement; sc«pbo4 
(1899-1903) of YJH.C.A, material; notes and rough drafts 
of speeches, minutes of the OHnmunity Service Council of 
Hastings, pamphlets, clippings and other printed materials 
concerning the activities and progress of the Council, 
especially in the realms of educational problems and child 
welfare, taxation, and the administrative organization of 
Westchester Co. and its defects. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Israel, 1961. 



Jenkins, Minnie EimbaD, 1883- MS64-884 

Papers, 1903-30. ca. 1 ft. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
■History and University Archives (41/5/558) 

Bacteriologist Notebooks, texts, a copy of Miss Jenkins' 
master's thesis on fermented milk drinks, notes from grad- 
uate work done at George Washington University, and 
prmted matter • frorcr the U. S. Dept of Agriculture, New 
York State College of Agriculture, and the New York State 
aSorSe* Ex P erunent Stati on on dairy cows, eggs, milk, 

Gift of Miss Jenkins. 



Karapetoff, Vladimir, 1876-1948 ^ 6 *~ 886 

Papers, ca. 1904-48. ca. 3 ft. 

WwJ?™!?TT U ^ V ^ ty ^ blar ^ Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (16/6/564) 

■f nSS ^^^ Professor of electrical engineering 
at Cornell University. Largely biographical material and 
a miscellaneous collection of nonsdltific wri^^clS 
ing essays and poems, and original musical cooTpbsitions; 
together with some personal correspondence, scientific and 

ITe p ttSS&ttlsg*" "* ■" **""*•"■ ~* 

Unpublished guide in the library. 



Kelly, Crosby. MS 64-886 

Accounts, 1920-24. 3 v. 

Hl^ ^ U TT U?iVer ? ty . Li ?? ar3, ' Co^on of Regional 
History and University Archives (2118) 

Daybook and ledgers of a lumber dealer and builder of 

Jtfleischmanns, Delaware Co. N. Y. 

Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Emerson Crosby Kelly, 1961. 

Kenney, Eudorus Catlin, 1857-1918 ^ "^^ 

Papers, 1876-1916. 3 ft. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives(2116) 

Teacher, author, lecturer, and composer. Largely incom- 
mg correspondence concerning Kenney's writings, religious, 
ethical and scientific questions, Cornell alumni affairs! and 
personal and family matters; together with MS. and pub- 
lished copies of Kenney's autobiographical writings, essays, 
t^^FT* 1 com P° siti <'^; Photos.; newspaper clip- 
E ^.^^P^Phlets, programs, and othVprinted 
items relating to his literary career, and his interest in Cor- 
nell alumni activities, the Washington Secular SeX 
woman suffrage movement, national politics, a^variJut 
public issues, including the execution of Francisco Ferret 



(1909). Correspondents include Gustaf EL Ander Milton 
C. Brown, Charles Courter Dickinson, Esther Josselyn 
Griffin, George William Harris, Randolph Horton, Hiram 
JonnMessenger, Jacob Gould Schurman, and Andrew Dick- 4 
son White. ^ 

Received from the estate of Mr. Kenney, 1961. 

„• „_ MS 64-888 

Kernan, Francis, 1816-1892. 

Business records, 1851-88. 6 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1510) 

Lawyer and U S. Representative from Utica, N. Y 
Cashbooks, ledgers, and other accounts, pertaining chieflv 
to Kernan's private business. 

MS 64-889 
Kernan, Quinn & Kernan, Utica, tf. T. 

Records, 1847-75. 6 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1510) 

Records of legal services performed and fees chamed, 
cases heard by the New York State Supreme Court "and 
personal expense accounts of members of the £rm. ' The 
papers concern William Kernan (b. 1831) and Geo'rce E 
Quinn (d. 1863) 

Kerr, Washington, 1809-1878. MS 64_89 ° 

Papers, 1829-84. lbox. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1649) 

Businessman. Chiefly correspondence, together with a A 
passport, statements of account, and a few other miscellane- ~ 
ous papers, some in Spanish, of Kerr, a native of Baltimore, 
Md. who emigrated to Mexico in 1829 after business difficul- 
ties. Includes correspondence between Kerr and his sisters, 
brothers-in-law, and business associates, relating to a suit 
pending against Kerr in the U S. and a suit, involving con- 
fiscation of a shipment of tobacco by the Mexican govern- 
ment, being carried on in Mexico on his behalf; correspond- 
ence with relatives on family matters, including Kerr's in- 
heritance from his father; and correspondence between 
Julius Skilton, U. S. consul-general in Mexico, and Kerr's 
nieces and their representatives regarding the settlement of 
his estate after his death These papers contain comments 
on tne American national and the international political and 
economic scene, the cotton trade between England and Mex- 
ico, the effect of Mexican state tariffs of the sale of tobacco 
in certnm Mexican states, and Mexican politics and its effect 
on business. Other correspondence is with or about John 
Belden, Jsathan. Clifford, Edmund Didiev, Georgiana 
Hunter, Henry D. Hunter, Robert Perkins Letcher, William 
Wall, Isabella Stewart, W. Henry Stewart, Abbie Kerr 
S>tewart v Elizabeth Stewart. William Wilkinson, Howland 
and Aspinwall, and Watson & Company. 

ir-.u ^_ * r MS 64-891 

Kilborne, Fred Lucius, 1858-1936. M 

Papers, 1884-1936. 1 box. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
Historyand University Archives (1806) 

Veterinarian and parasitologist Correspondence, re- 
ports, photocopies of photos., newspaper clippings, and mis- 
cellaneous printed matter, chiefly relating to various aspects 
of veterinary medicine. Includes letters (1884-86) from 
editors of The rural New Yorker concerning specific subject 
matter and rate of compensation for articles on veterinary 



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Kuhorne, Fred Lucius, 1858-1936. Papers, 1884-1936. 

(Continued) 

medicine; letters commenting favorably on Charles Kendall 
Adams and Robert Henry Thurston; letters froin a friend 
£ in Texas describing living conditions and economic oppor- 
tunities around El Paso (1886-87); papers (1895-99) re- 
lating to Kilborne's work testing cattle for the Tuberculosis 
Committee of the New York State Board of Health; and 
an account of Kilborne's study of Texas cattle fever (1933- 
36). Correspondents include Henry E. Alvord, Cooper 
Curtice, F. O. Donohue, Fay Martin Fitts, Simon Henry 
Gage, Dr. H Preston Hoskins, James Law, Selim Hobart 
Peabody, Ernest Russell, Hubert Schmidt, Theobald Smith, 
Marcia Spurr, Washington Humane Society, and Burt 
Green Wilder. 

Described in the Report of the curator and archivist, Cor- 
nell University library, Collection of Regional History and 
the University Archives (1954r-58), p. 53-54. 



MS 64-892 
Kingsley, Carter Robie. 

Papers, 1884-195L 60 ft 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1316) 

Lawyer, of Bath, N. Y. Correspondence (business and 
personal), photos., printed matter, and other papers, chiefly 
concerning the continuation of the law practice of Kings- 
ley's father Charles Freeman Kingsley (1835-1904) in Bath, 
N. Y. and in the western land mortgage business. Includes 
A| letters relating to the liquidation of the local legal and west- 
™ em land business of Kingsley's uncle, Reuben E. Robie; 
papers (1910-30's) relating to the investment of trust funds 
in corporation stocks; letters relating to Kingsley's member- 
ship in Sigma Phi; and the papers of Kingsley's brothers, 
Charles LaRue Kingsley and James R. Kingsley, and their 
mother, Mary (Robie) Kingsley. Charles' papers (1884- 
1937) relate largely to his career with the firm of Board- 
man, Piatt, & Soloy, New York City, and to the promotion, 
operation, and in some cases dissolution, of the Birmingham 
Cement Company (1899-1906), the Bay Minette Land Com- 
pany (1906-34), the Gold Pan Mining Company, Breckin- 
ridge, Colo. (1902-06), the Royal Tiger Mines (1918-32), 
the Bonanza United Mines and Contact Bay Mines, Ontario, 
and the Dorothy-Bill Mine, Picher, Okla. (1921-35). Papers 
relating to the Kingsley Farm, Hammondsport, N. Y. in- 
clude negotiation and maintenance of a lease of part of the 
farm to Glenn Curtiss for experiments in seaplane design 
(1910-22). The papers of James R. Kingsley, also a New 
York lawyer, relate mostly to legal business and include 
fragmentary diaries, social and family correspondence, and 
photos. Otiier correspondence and papers relate to Lucetta 
Anils, Rosy K Baker, D. Bauder, J. T. Dickerson, W. A. 
Fields, Helen F. Finch, Samuel Foley, Lillian J. Gates, 
Ellen Gibbs, Fanny Gibbs, M. H Hallock, Helen M Hand, 
Mary S. Jones, Horace S. Ketcham, Andrew Kingkade, 
M Llewelyn W. Kingsley, Harriet R. Knight, Osie M Lamber- 
son, Emily T. Little, L. J. Massoh, Caroline Moore, Clarence 
Myrtie, A. W. Noble, Sarah Robie, Theodore Roosevelt, Wil- 
liam S. Shephard, J. B. Schmitt, J W. Schmitt, William 
Thomas, Annie Dwight Tyler, R. S. Tyler, Alexander & 
Colby, Maxwell & Maxwell Investment Company, Oklahoma 
Mortgage and Trust Company, Patrons' Cooperative Fire 
Relief Association, Bath, N. Y. 
Gift of Mr. Kingsley's estate. 



MS 64-893 
Kitchelt, Florence Ledyard (Cross) 1874-196L 

Papers, 1896-1954. 53 items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (2009) 

Social worker and feminist Letters from Susan Dix- 
well Miller relating to Mrs. Kitchelt's settlement house work 
in Brooklyn, N. Y.; correspondence, notes, and reminis- 
cences concerning the beginnings of the George Junior Re- 
public; family letters; and printed items. The bulk of the 
collection dates from 1898-1910. 

Gift of Mrs. Kitchelt, 1960. 

MS 64-894 
Kohm, Emil A 1870-1942. 

Business records, 1908-45. 21 items and 6 v. 
In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (2065) 

Tailor, of Ithaca, N. Y. Correspondence, customers' ac- 
counts, cashbooks, wage records, and other accounts con- 
cerning the tailoring business, the settlement of the Kohm 
estate, and other matters- 
Gift of Gertrude Kohm, 1960. 

MS 64-895 
Kyle, Edwin Jackson, 1876- 

Papers, 1934-55. 65 items and 1 box. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1686) 

Educator, horticulturist, and diplomat Correspondence, 
speeches, reports, pamphlets, photos^ newspaper clippings, 
and other items pertaining to Kyle's work at Texas Agricul- 
tural and Mechanical College and to his ambassadorship to 
Guatemala (1945-48)* Correspondents include Juan Jose 
Arevalo, Liberty Hyde Bailey, T. H. Barton, W- L. Clayton, 
William H Danforth, Fred Hale, Cordell Hull, Ralph W. 
Hutchins, R. J. Kleberg, Carlos Marroquin Willard, George 
C. Marshall, Reagan McCrary, J.E- Millender, F. W. Peck, 
W. S. Price, Jr., W. R. Poage, Ralph Urdaneta, Francisco 
Valdes Calder6n, and Woody Varner. 

MS 64-696 

Lawn, Evan, collector. 

Breesport collection, 1894-1944. 3 boxes. 
In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (107) 
Papers, notes and photos, relating to Breesport, N. X. 
Access restricted. 

MS 64-897 
Le Ray de Chaumont, James Donatien, 1760-1840. 

Papers, 1781-1835. 137 items. . 

In Cornell University library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (2186) 

Entrepreneur. Accounts, bills of lading, shipping in- 
voices, reports of damages and repairs to ships, protestations 
against seizures made by the British fleet, ship registration 
documents, and other items issued in Glasgow, Liverpool, 
Nantes, New York, Baltimore, New Orleans, and ports in 
Haiti, Martinique, and Puerto Rico, mainly to John Juhel & 
Company and to John H Behn & Company of New York 
City; correspondence, accounts, deeds, contracts, and otter 
papers concerning the disposition of lands in Jefferson Co., 
N. Y. and Luzerne Co., Pa., and the settlement of the estate 
of Henry Boutin and other business affairs both in France 
and the U.S. Some of the papers are in French or Spanish. 

Gift of Ellen Ward HalL 1962. 



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Lockwood, Elmer Leo, 1889- ^ M " 898 

Cemetery records and genealogy, 1957-tf). 2 reels of 
microfilm. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (2167) 

Correspondence and research material concerning the 
genealogy of the Lockwood. and the related Benjamin, 
Hallock, Longyear, Markham, Parrish, Peer, and SpiUane 
(or Splain) families; tombstone inscriptions (1718-1959) 
for the town of Caroline, Tompkins Co., N. T.; cemetery 
records from Honeoye Falls and Lima, K. Y; and notes 
from church and public records in Dutchess, Livingston, 
Monroe, and Ulster counties, N. Y. 

Gift of Mr. Lockwood, 1961-C2. 



Luther, Leslie Leon, 1886- collector. ^ M ~ 8 " 

Moravia area items, 1882-1960. ca. 180 items, 1 v„ and 
3 reels of microfilm. ^^ 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1934) 

Alphabetized tombstone inscriptions (1751-1955) for the 
towns of Locke, Moravia, Mles,Sempronius, Summer Hill, 
and Venice, N. T.; scrapbooks of clippings (1921-58) 
sketches, and notes concerning people, events, churches and 
cither institutions in central New York; and genealogies of 
gejUky (or AUee), Luther, Spafford, Sparks, and Youngs 

Gift of Mr. Luther, 1959-62. 



¥ m MS 64-900 

Lyon, Moses. 

Papers, 1813-94. 258 items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1295) 

Farmer, of New York State. Letters of Lyon and his 
six children, most of which concern his son Lewis' activities 
at Cortland Academy, Homer, N. Y, and at Auburn, N. Y, 
where he was a merchant Other letters relate to William 
IJaaa, a Protestant clergyman, and to the religious attitudes 
of the WSO's and 1860's. Includes 11 photos. 



McCray, Elizabeth, collector. 

Papers, 1810-1944. ca. 90 items and 1 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1935) 

Correspondence, deeds and other legal documents, ac- 
count^ and miscellaneous papers of the Chatfield, Foster, 
and I McCray families, mainly concerned with the sale of 
land and lumber. The papers originated in Broome, Dela- 
ware, Otsego and Steuben counties, N. Y, and Luzerne Ca, 

Gift of Mrs. McCray,1959. 



Mandeville family. MS 64-902 

Papers, 1845-1934. 2 boxes. 
_In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1706) 

Miscellaneous papers of Dr. Frederick Austin Mandeville 
of Rochester, N. Y. and his wife, the former Emma L, Un- 
derbill of Bath, N. Y Includes many announcement and 

SmSTSF "ttTI.S'?^ 8 -**™ mA """H" Participated 
in by Miss Underhall before her marriage, and by both Dr. 



and Mrs. Mandeville after their marriage, especially while 
members of St Peter's Presbyterian Church of Rochester, 
N. Y.; programs, announcements, pamphlets, and miscellan- 
eous papers concerning the Eastman Theatre and the Ly- a 
ceum of Rochester, the American School of Metaphysics and " 
the University of Buffalo, Medical Dept; and other miscel- 
laneous papers. 



Marcham, Frederick George, 1898- 6 *~ 8 ° 3 

Papers, 1947-66. 558 items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (14/17/603) 

Professor of English history at Cornell University 
largely correspondence containing recommendations for 
former students and requests for such. Other letters deal 
with university affairs, publication of Marcham's books by 
Macmillan and Harper's, requests by publishing houses and 
scholarly journals for reader reports, and reports from 
students on their research progress. Other material in- 
cludes some minutes of History Dept. meetings, MSS of 
speeches and reports by Marcham and others, articles by 
Marcham on athletics, and materials prepared by Marcham 
and others for the Project in Critical Thinking sponsored 
by Cornell and the College of Education, University of 
Iowa. Correspondents include Zechariah Chafee, Jr. and 
C A ortneote Parkinson. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Marcham, 1961. 

MS64-804 
Meloy family. 

Papers, 1827-1928. ca.2ft 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 4|r 
History and University Archives (1212) 

Personal correspondence of various members of the Meloy 
family of Ellicottville, N. Y. and Washington, D. G, con- 
taining comments on life at Yale University (1850), settling 
in Kansas (1857), construction on the Union Pacific Bail- 
road (ca. 1869), conditions of settlement in Wyoming, Ore- 
gon, and Washington, farm prices, and other matters; and 
Skinner and Meloy general store accounts (1852-4S7). Cor- 
respondents include C. C. Dawson, Anna Meloy, Edward 
Meloy, George Rider, and John Rodgers. 

„ MS 64-905 

Merriam & Richards Iron Mine, Westport, N.Y. 
Records, 1845-69. 5 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (644) 

Account books of the Merriam & Richards Iron Mine and 
the Wadhams Mills, a gristmill, also located in Westport 
Essex Co.,N.Y. <~»~ *, 

Moore, Norman Slawson, 1901- 

Papers, 1927-6L 140 items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (19/-/594) <■ 

Physician, professor and chairman of preventive and 
clinical medicine at Cornell University, and director of the 
Grannett Medical Clinic. Personal and professional corre- 
spondence, speeches (1959-61), photos., and clippings. In- 
cludes correspondence and other material pertaining to 
Moore's election as president of the Medical Society of the 
State of New York. J 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Mr. Moore, 196L 



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MS 64-307 
Moseley & Motley Milling Company, Rochester, N.T. 

Records, 1875-1929. 100 ft 

In Cornel] University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1661) 
9 Correspondence, account books, advertising letters, and 

feills. The correspondence is concerned chiefly with the sale 
of flour and grain to bakeries, mills, and commission mer- 
chants in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New Eng- 
land, and, before 1881, in Glasgow, London, and Liverpool; 
with market prices and conditions ; with purchases of milling 
equipment and supplies; and with construction of mills and 
mill equipment. Correspondents include grain merchants, 
mil] machinery manufacturers, bagging companies, lumber 
yards, machinists, farriers, office equipment companies, and 
the telephone company. 



MS64-908 
National Forestry Program Committee. 

Records, 1920-47. ca. 1 ft 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1841) 

Chiefly correspondence of Roy S. Kellogg, chairman of a 
committee established to secure national forest Conservation 
legislation ; together with circulnr letters, memoranda, reso- 
lutions, press releases, and other publicity materials, and 
miscellaneous printed and mimeographed items. Kellogg's 
correspondence with committee members, professional 
foresters, lumber dealers, manufacturers of wood and paper 
products and naval stores, regional and State conservation 
associations, farm organizations, newspaper publishers, 
Congressmen, and others, concerns efforts to promote the 
| Snell bill (1920-22), the Clarke^McNary act (1924), the 
~ McNary-McSweeney forest research law (1928), and the 
McNary-Woodruff act (1928). Includes correspondence of 
Ralph Sheldon Hosmer and other foresters concerning an 
article Hosmer wrote on the. work of the committee, together 
with his rough notes and corrected drafts (1945-47). Cor- 
respondents include Edgar Allen, E. T. Allen, Shirley Allen, 
Philip W. Ayres, Elbert H. Baker, Hugh Potter Baker, 
John \V. Blodgeft, Warren 1*. Bnllock, Ovid M. Butler, 
Earle Hart Clapp, Wilson M. Conipton, Samuel Trask Dana, 
John Foley, David L. Goodwillie, William B. Greeley, Wil- 
liam L. Hall, Gilbert N. Haugen, Charles L. McNary, Bar- 
riugton Moore, George N. Ostrander, Charles Lathrop Pack, 
Joseph Hyde Pratt, Arthur B. Recknagel, Paul G. Reding- 
ton, Arthur C. Ringland, Percival Sheldon Ridsdale, Sher- 
man Bncers, Edward A. Shermnn, George W. Sisson, Jr., 
Bertraud H. Snell, Robert V. Stuart, James William 
Tourney, Arthur T. Upson, and Raphael Zon. 

Unpublished guide in the library. Also described in the 
Report of the curator and archivist, Cornell University 
library, Collection of Regional History and the University 
Archives (1954-58), p. 64-65. 



MS64-909 
ewman, Jared Treman, 1855-1937. 

Papers, 1880-1936. 16 ft 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (2157) 

Lawyer, mayor of Ithaca, N. Y-, Cornell University trus- 
tee, and bank official. Correspondence, legal documents, 
reports, accounts, blueprints, maps, clippings, and printed 
matter dealing primarily with the interest of Newman and 



Charles H. Blood in the development of Cayuga Heights, 
Benwick Heights, and Bryant Park. Includes letters and 
papers concerning banking institutions in Ithaca and else- 
where, real estate in South Dakota, Illinois and Florida, 
other business concerns, the expansion and promotion of the 
New York State Barge Canal System, the affairs of Casca- 

dilla School, alumni activities of the Cornell Class of 1875, 
the Cornell University Christian Association and Cornell 
United Religious Work, Newman's appointment as special 
lecturer in the Cornel] University Law School (1897-98), 
and his terms of service as a trustee; and scrapbook and cor- 
respondence with family and friends. 
Gift of Charles H. Newman, 1961. 



MS 64-910 
Noonan, LeoP 1887-1960. 

Papers, 1940-60. ca. 3 ft 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (2169) 

New York State assemblyman from Cattaraugus Co. Cor- 
respondence with constituents, colleagues, and members of 
State administrative departments, mainly concerning pend- 
ing legislation on education, railroad and other labor issues, 
dairy industry, and public works; scrapbooks of clippings, 
photos., and other items dealing with election campaigns 
and Assembly activities; and mimeographed and printed 
material. 

Gift of John D. Noonan, 1962. 



MS64-911 
Northeastern Wood Utilization CoundL 

Records, 1942-59. ca. 1 ft. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1964) 

Letters and other papers from the files of Edgar Heer- 
mance, secretary of the council (1942-53), Henry W. Hicock, 
secretary (1954r-58), and Arthur Bernard Recknagel, execu- 
tive secretary (1952-53) ; papers pertaining p to the dissolu- 
tion of the council (1958-59) ; pamphlets and miscellaneous 
material relating to council activities and the forest prod- 
ucts industry; incomplete runs of Wood notes and the 
Council bulletin. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of A. B. Recknagel, 1959. 



MS 64-912 
Ogden, Robert Morris, 1877-1959. 

Papers, 1889-1959. ca. 21 ft 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (14/23/467, 14/23/572, 
14/23/m.446) 

Professor of psychology and dean of the College of Arts 
and Sciences, Cornell University. Correspondence (1889- 
1959) pertaining to Ogden's work as psychologist, author, 
and educator, and to his membership in various scientific 
societies, especially the Southern Society for Philosophy 
and Psychology; personal and family correspondence; notes, 
essays nnd other MSS. of writings; personal accounts; Cor- 
nellianu; reprints and other printed matter; Clippings; 
photos.; and accounts of the estate of Mrs. John Dorsey. 

Gifts of Mrs. Ogden and Frank S. Freeman, 1959-61. 



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Polsifer, Nathan T MS 64r " 918 

Business records, 1886-1902. 6 v. and 2 boxes. 
■WfcLr™ ^V^versity ^""y, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1775) «*««u»i 

Business executive, of Manchester, Conn. Business cor- 
r^ondence and papers „lating to p^^ interested 
American Paper and Pulp Association, Houghton, Mifflfc 
and Company Larson Valentine Company Macmillan 
Company, Manchester Light and Power 0^7 oSad 
Paper Company, The Outlook Company, and C&nXKJ 
^Company. Includes six account boot 3 !t^ 
Valentme Company and of the Oakland Paper Comp^ 



Randan, Henry Stephens, 1811-1876 ^ 6 ^ 9M 

Papers, 1845-71. 2 boxes. 

Hi^J: ™^ 1 ^^ 7 Libl ' al 7' Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1732) -^Kionai 

Agriculturist and educator. Business corresDondenee 
Kra to BandaJl's btJK*£3g*5 
*ffSf' ^Lf 16 of " h "*> specially to raisers in Texas, 
difficulty of taansporting sheep over long distances "diseases' 
of sheep, pedigrees, stock mprovement andSSmfrf 
sheep ; letters relating to Randall's hJf^lSSSSto 
and arhcles on the same subject, which appeared in Moore's 
rural New Yorker in the 1860's; letters from wool growers 
in response to Randall's plea' that a New Yorfw^I 

™f a?i l PnC ^ Corr esp°ndents include Anthony Bene- 



Rawter&mar. MS 64-915 

rsBftersrt i^m*?*^ 

1929^ nf-TT -r » i ' • ^dndes diaries (1869- 

l»») of H. B. Rawley; correspondence (1895-98) of B C 
Rawley; material relating to local amateur theatricals- 
Kifi "Miscellaneous papers of Daniel and HaSSS 
ley legal papers (1874-1914) of the Pheylon famfly; toll 
^^"T^ C 18 * 9 ""!*) ; trade papers (l££!&)3 
^•S h ?!S I , U, ? ted Press -^ociation; minutes of the 
Society of Columbia of Richford and North Beltehire. £ 

2dflJ W™ J'^- ** ^ lage ^P^ement Society, 
ktUrnoIrr M 1881 ? 1 ^ Society of Richford; and a 
lette r (1917) concerning Rockefeller genealogy 
hJS? ** in -Cornell University, Collection of Regional 
HKtory^anoV University Archives. Reports of the cLtor 



Raymond family. MS 64-916 

Farm papers, 1855-1947. 53 items and 16 v 
In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (2163) 6"—~ 

Farm produce, fruit crop, butter and cheese, labor, pastor- * 
age, sawmill household, personal, board, estate settlement, 
senool district, township, and miscellaneous accounts ofCCL 
Raymond, George W. Raymond, and other members of the 
Raymond and Smifli families of Penfield, Monroe Co, N T 
Unpublished guide in the library. 
Gift of Professor and Mrs. C. B. Raymond, 1961. 

Reynolds family. MS6 ^ 1T 

Papor,. 1835-1941. 230 items, 4 v., and 1 reel of microfilm. 
In Cornell University Library, . Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1924) 

Papers of Lansing van Rensselaer Reynolds (1807-1872) 
founder of the Projecting Engine Company and the Empire 
Ixwm 1\ orks, comprising correspondence, patents, drawings, 
accounts, affidavits, bonds, and other legal documents mainly 
concerning the invention, manufacture, and sale of an artil- 
lery device consisting of a revolving batterv for projecting 
balls and the Empire Loom and related textile improve- 
ments, with references to hay forks, rotary pumps, weather 
vanes, and other inventions of Reynolds and his son Robert 
Burns Reynolds (1843-1910) ; related papers of Reynolds' 
brothers and business associates, James and Benjamin 
Reynolds, Alfred Wild, Peter Van Schaack, William Benja- 
min, and others; personal and official correspondence (1863- 
65) of Robert Bums Reynolds, written while he was enrolled 
at the U. S. Naval Academy; his notebooks containing 
gunnery sketches, naval songs, and accounts; a genealogy of,* 
the Reynolds family (1632-1932) with mention of the BWP 
Burns, Camp deRose, Deyo, Fenninger, FrizzelL Saunders, 
billiman; Wadsworth, and other families; poetry, and mis- 
cellanea originating from Valatie and Stockport, Columbia 
vJo., N. i . 

Gift of Robert Rex Reynolds, 1959. 

Rivoire, Alice Cecilia (Sanderson) MS """ 

Papers, 1925-48. ca.3ft 

Li Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (2129) 

Teacher, of Ithaca, N. Y. Scrapbooks (1925-45), reports, 
notes, and miscellaneous MSS. and printed items concerning 
Mrs. Rivoire's entire school life, travel in the U S wd 
?a£r , *v ^ later teaphing career; diaries (1925-26,1935, 
1941) of her mother Cecilia Blandford Sanderson, kept dur- 
ing the sabbatic leave of her husband, Professor Dwight 
banderson, and on later vacation trips; Professor and Mrs. 
Sanderson's letters from Europe (1925-26, 1935) and type- 
written copies (1935) of those of their cousin and traveW 
companion, Flora Grace Prince; guestbook (1930-48) froni 
the banderson home; and photos. 

Gift of Mrs. John Rivoire, 196L 

Robinson family. MS 64-9190 

Papers, 1868-1950. ca. 2 ft. 

ffi!L?^iF ?iV " I £*/ i £ M7 ' Col] ection of Regional 
•History and University Archives (1960) 

iJS °^ P ^ d6 ? Ce ' legSd d . ocument s, and related papers deal- 
fMaESw^ ^ V*?" ° f James ***»* Robinson 
Sw I md °% S £ t ?£ nent of *» este^ of Josiah B. 
KrSJ?"^* 11, Wm ^ ^Douglass Boardman 
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Robinson family. Papers, 1868-1950. (Continued) 
of bills and hearings, and miscellaneous items pertaining to 
Robinson's service as a Republican member of the New 
York State Assembly; letters and pamphlets relating to his 
mt early Presbyterian pastorate at Weston, Schuyler Co., N. T. ; 
stock ledger, subscribers' list, and advertising cuts of the 
Danby Telephone Company (ca. 1912-26); papers (1868- 
81) of Robinson's father, James Robinson, Sr., principal of 
Southold Academy, Suffolk Co., N Y., including letters, a 
roll book, a student petition, school announcements and 
bills, orations and essays, personal and household accounts, 
and directions and testimonials for "Henry's new and im- 
proved process for preserving fruits, vegetables, meats, 
poultry, eggs, cider and wines," for which he was Oswego 
Co., N. Y. agent (1878); and broadsides, trade cards, 
pamphlets, and photos, from Ithaca, N. Y. and elsewhere. 
Gift of Robert W. Robinson, 1959. 



MS64-920 
Rodenhnrst, De Witt Clinton, 1855-1946. 

Papers, 1880-1946. 46 items, 2 v., and 1 reel of microfilm. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1994) 

Physician, of Jefferson Co., N. Y. Record of births and 
deaths of patients (1880-1944); newspaper clippings, 
photos., letters, and other items (1911-45) ; newspaper clip- 
pings on microfilm of articles appearing in The North 
country advance (1944-45) and containing Rodenhorstfs 
recollections of Philadelphia, and New York around 1880; 
and printed matter pertaining to the medical profession. 

Gift of Tacie H. Rodenhurst, 1960. 



MS 64-921 
Romulus, N. Y. papers, 1845-1940. 1 box. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1085) 

Records of Romulus and Varick, N. Y. Vigilance So- 
ciety; Romulus and Ovid, N. Y. Vigilance Society; Ladies 
Whist Club; and Seneca County Red Cross Auxiliary; and 
memoirs of the Rev. Jacob Harter, of Herkimer and Steuben 
counties, N. Y. 

Gift of Richard H. Brown. 



MS64-322 
Russell, Benjamin, 1810-1895. 

Papers, 1833-91. ca. 2 ft 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (2181) 

Presbyterian minister. Correspondence (1869-89) on 
church and family matters; autobiographical sketch of 
Russell's youth, dealing mainly with his desire to become a 
minister and his efforts to educate himself, and containing 
diary entries (1833-42) concerning his theological studies, 
h. work as the Chautauqua Co., N. Y. agent of the American 
Bible Society, lectures on temperance, preaching in western 
New York both before and after his ordination in 1837, his 
appointment to the General Assembly of the Presbyterian 
Church, and family matters; income and expense accounts; 
sermons, notes, miscellaneous printed items, and five issues 
of MS . school newspapers (1857-ca. 1860) edited by chil- 
dren in the Russell family. 

Gift of Benjamin R. Andrews, 1961. 



MS 64-923 
Selden family. 

Papers, 1785-1857. 38 items and 1 box. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (266, 1655) 

In part, photocopies. 

Correspondence and other papers of members of the 
related Gale, Hitchcock, and Selden families. Includes cor- 
respondence of George Washington jale, chiefly personal, 
but also mentioning his pastoral duties at a Presbyterian 
church in Adams, Jefferson Co., N. Y. and affairs at Knox 
College, Galesburg, HL of which he was s founder; a letter 
(1839) describing Negro slavery and other aspects of life in 
the Danish West Indies; genealogy of Colonel Samuel Sel- 
den, a Revolutionary War officer; and miscellaneous printed 
items. Correspondents include George Bowen, Harriet Sel- 
den Gale, Harriet Yvonnet Gale, William S. Gale, Margaret 
Gale Hitchcock, Amasa Kellogg, Mary Osborn, Abigail 
Jones Selden, Charles Selden, Eliza Selden, Mary Selden, 
Samuel Selden, and William Jones Selden. 



MS 64-924 

Selden family. 

Papers, 1823-1947. 1 box and 1 reel of microfilm. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (850) 

Membership lists and notes of church meetings (1823-94), 
financial pledges (1849-51), accounts (1859-72) and other 
records (1848-84) of the First Baptist Church of East 
Avon, N. Y; 53 annual reports (1844-1918) of the Living- 
ston Baptist Association; historical papers on Rush, N. Y. 
and the Genesee Valley Canal by Mary M. and Henry Set 
den; a microfilm copy of Henry Selden's paper, Selden's 
contribution to the automobile (1940) which deals with 
George Baldwin Selden's invention of the first practical 
internal combustion engine of the compression type; four 
printed items concerning the Selden Patent; and Family 
sketches (1939) by Clara Sayre Selden. 



MS64-S25 
Sempronius, N. Y. First Baptist Church. 

Records, 1842-49. 50 items. . 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1829) 

Subscription lists giving amounts pledged by members 
and receipts given to Freegift Tuthffl, church treasurer, for 
amounts expended for construction and other purposes. 



MS 64-926 
Shackford, Charles Chauncy, 1815-1891. 

Papers, 1838-92. 58 items and 1 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (14/12/397) 

Unitarian minister and professor of rhetoric and litera- 
ture at Cornell University. Correspondence, an undated 
tribute to Shackford, signed by Andrew Dickson _ White, 
sermons, pamphlets, and other printed items pertaining to 
literary subjects and theology, several photos, of Shackford 
and the early Cornell campus, and newspaper clippings re- 
lating to events in his career. 



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c.-ii v *_ , MS 64-927 

hill, Henry Augustus, d. 1917. 

Papers, 1892-1914. 1 box. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (14/17/291) 

Professor of ancient history at Cornell University. Lec- 
ture notes (1892-96) taken by Sill while a student in Ger- 
many; his reports (1907-14) to the president of Cornell 
University for the Dept of Ancient History; and copies of 
history examinations (1909-14). 



«_ „„ Je D n 7, MS 64-928 

bimonds, Russell, collector. 

Victor, N. Y. business records, 1842-89. "" 45 v 
In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (314) 
Accounts and records from the town of Victor, Ontario 
j' t • Includes account books (1851-53) for Simonds 
and Lewise; cashbooks (1841-45) for Simonds and Sey- 
mour; patron records and charge accounts (1888-S9) of the 
Victor Creamery Company; and accounts of the following - 
Levi Aylworth (1846-50), Azet Berray (1831-45), Nathan 
Campbell (1845nt6), and S. Rawson (1842-53) 
Gift of Mr. Simonds. 



,*, „ MS 64-929 

Sleeper, Harold Reeve, 1893-1960. 

Papers, 1911-60. ca.29ft 
_In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (2135) 

Architect Correspondence, records, files, sketches, photos., 
and phonograph records dealing with architectural work 
and with professional associations and councils; personal 
correspondence, scrapbooks, and research notes for books, 
articles, %nd lectures; correspondence, minutes, reports, and 
published material dealing with the American Institute of 
Architects, Architectural League of New York, New York 
State Association of Architects, Downtown-Lower Man- 
hattan Association, inc., New York Building Congress, 
National Institute for Architectural Education, New York 
City Mayor's Panel of Architects and other groups; corre- 
spondence, date, and publications relating to the Fifth Ave- 
nue and Madison Avenue Presbyterian Churches: notes for 
lectures given at New York School of Interior Decoration, 
Columbia University, and Princeton University; and copies 
of Architectural graphic standards, 4th. ed. (1951) and 
Building planning and design standards (1955) 
Unpublished guide in the library. 
Gift of Mrs. Sleeper, 1961-62. 



em ... „_ ... ni MS 64-930 

Smith, Franklin Robert, 1855-1925. 

Papers, 1875-1919. ca. 75 items and 3 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (2073) 

Fruitgrower, of Geneva, Ontario Co., N. Y. Letters from 
A. L. Smith & Son, North Hector, N. Y, fruit basket sup- 
plier, farm machinery manufacturers, and others; general 
accounts (1883-1906) ; inventory of stock, equipment, and 
feed (1901) ; time sheets (1900-10) ; receipts; bills of lading 
and bills of sale ; trade cards, and other advertising material 

Gift of Iola A. Smith, 1960. 



Spencer & Reman, Utica, N. Y. .,.,-« «™»i. 

Records, 1829-65. 9 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives ( 1506 ) ^ 

Ledgers, daybooks, records of New York Circuit and* 
Supreme Court cases handled, settlements made fees 
charged, and other business accounts of a law firm.' The 
papers ^concern Francis Keraan (1816-1892), H. Spencer, 
and Joshua Austin Spencer ( 1790-1857). 



MS 64—932 
Starkweather, Elizabeth, collector. 

Family papers, 1809-ca. 1930. 2 boxes. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1796) 

Correspondence, genealogical tables and notes, announce- 
ments, certificates, diplomas, newspaper clippings and other 
printed matter, photos, and other papers of the interrelated 
Ayres, Chase, Kerfoot, King, Leal, Shankland, Stark- 
weather, and Turtle families. Includes letters from Eben- 
ezah Maxwell LeaL a clerk in the Post Office Dept. in Wash- 
ington, D. C. to his wife, Lucy Buell King Leal (later Mrs. 
Shankland), containing some mention of efforts of postal 
employees to obtain higher salaries (1852-53) ; diaries (1868- 
1900) of Lucy King Shankland; genealogical data on the 
Holmes, Marston, and Nash families; and photos, and 
papers of Princess Kezia Ayres, Rodney Ayres, William 
Ayres, Bran Beecham, Hannah Turtle King, Henry Knight, 
Molly Knight, Alexander Leal, Malcolm Leal, Mary Ayres 
Leal Lucy King Leal Starkweather, Richard Starkweather, 
and Lucina Turtle. 

Gift of Miss Starkweather. 4£ 



cm "V „-■. MS64-988 

Stephenson, Carl, 1886-1954. 

Papers, 1919-54. lbox. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (14/17/253) 

Professor of medieval history at Cornell University. 
Correspondence with other historians and students of medi- 
eval history about research, writing, and teaching oppor- 
tunities in this country and abroad; research notes, course 
outlines, and MS. and printed articles by Stephenson. Cor- 
respondents include Marc Bloch, F. L. Ganshof , M L. Hal- 
phen, Charles Homer Haskins, Bryce D. Lyon, Edmond 
Perrin, C. Petit-Dutaillis, Henri Pirenne, Maurice Prou, 
F.H Round, and Harry Woolf. 



at ' . MS 64-984 

Stevenson collection, 1849-1912. 198 items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (525) a 

Papers largely concerned with the administration of ffiP 
estate of William Stevenson (1806-1852) of North Argyle, 
Washington Co., N. Y, who operated a general merchandis- 
ing business in partnership with his nephew John S 
Stewart, and who invested in local mortgages, owned stock 
in banks in Washington, Westchester, and Rensselaer coun- 
ties, N. Y., and held over $23,000 in personal notes. Includes 
a detailed inventory of Stevenson's estate and documents 
relating to litigation over the mortgages and notes. 



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MS 64-935 
Stewart, Adaline G eoUector. 

Stewart collection, 1801-79. 50 items. 
In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (426) 
^ Deeds, bonds, wills, articles of agreement, and other 

papers drawn in Greene, Albany, Otsego and Delaware 
counties, N. T., largely by members of the Hollenbeck fam- 
ily; bills of lading, bills of sale, and correspondence on 
butter shipments from New Tork to California (1852-53) ; 
and insurance policies and bills. 
Gift of Mrs. Stewart, 

MS 64-936 
Stewart, Edwin CrowelL 1864-1921. 

Scrapbooks, 1894-1921. 6 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional His- 
tory and University Archives (2098) 

New York State assemblyman and senator. Scrapbooks 
of area newspaper dippings and cartoons, invitations and 
programs, telegrams, correspondence, and scattered hand- 
written commentary, pertaining to Stewart's political ca- 
reer with special reference to Tompkins Co., N. T. and 
Ithaca, N. Y. city politics and to the passage of the legisla- 
tion establishing the New York State College of Forestry, 
the Veterinary College, and the College of Agricultore at 
Cornell University; together with unmounted newspaper 
clippings (1904-21)- 

Gift,1961. 

MS64-937 
Susquehanna Turnpike Company. 

Records of the Catskill Division, 1854-76. 1 box. 
In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
fm History and University Archives (1448) 
^ Correspondence, drafts, bills, and receipts of the Catskill 

Division of the Susquehanna Turnpike Company, of which 
Joshua Atwater was treasurer. 

MS 64-938 
Taber, John, 1880- 

Papers, 1931-59. 217 ft. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (2202) 

Lawyer, judge, and U. S. Representative from New York. 
Letters from constituents; correspondence and other papers 
relating to hearings, bills, amendments to bills and other 
Appropriation Committee activities; correspondence and 
papers relating to appointments, communication, power and 
transportation, congressional committees, Federal aid to 
education, Federal public relief and works agencies, foreign 
aid and affairs, House and Senate bills, interstate and for- 
eign commerce, legislation, matters concerning national 
defense and internal security, patronage, election campaigns 
on the local and national levels, private bills, public lands 
and works, social security, special interest groups, veterans' 
affairs, numerous governmental agencies, commissions, and 
committees and many other matters. 

Gift of Mr. Taber, 1961. 

A MS64-939 

^Teed family. 

Papers, 1864-1908. 4 items and 9 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional His- 
tory and University Archives (2110) 

Four diaries (1864, 1865, 1867, 1892) of Alonzo D. Teed, 
Union Army soldier, farmer, and local official of Masonville, 
Delaware Co., N. Y.; a letter and receipts concerning his 
duties as a collector of school taxes (1868) ; three unidenti- 



fied diaries (1868, 1890, 1892) of a relative or associate of 
Teed's; and two account books listing dry goods and other 
sales and purchases. 

Received from Michigan Historical Collections, University 
of Michigan Library, 196L 

MS 64-940 
Tuthill, Freegift, 1798-1890. 

Papers, 1810-1956. 1 box and 1 reel of microfilm. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1823) 

Resident of Kelloggsville, N. Y. Family correspondence; 
a few business and legal papers relating to the estate of 
Grant Smith of Wallkffl, N. Y, of which Tuthill was execu- 
tor, and to Tuthill's own property; microfilm of a paper 
(1956) by Ruth Tuthill Green on the history of the First 
Baptist Church of Sempronius, N. Y., as taken from the 
report of the treasurer, Freegift Tuthill; and printed mat- 
ter. Includes letters from Tuthill's son Joshua, his brother 
James, of Goshen, N. Y., and other relatives and friends. 

Described in the Report of the curator and archivist, Cor- 
nell University Library, Collection of Regional History and 
the University Archives (1954-58) , p. 81-82. 

Gift of Ruth Tuthill Green. 

MS64-S41 
Utica and Black River Railroad Company. 

Records, 1845-66. 73 items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional His- 
tory and University Archives (1143) 

Correspondence between Samuel Case and John Thorn, 
president, relating to subscriptions for stock to expand the 
railroad ten miles to Lyons Falls, Lewis Co., N. Y., (1865- 
66) ; work estimates for building and repair on the railroad 
(1845-55) ; several items about other railroads, enlargement 
of the Erie and Oswego Canals (1854-55), and New York 
State specifications for canal construction. Includes ma- 
terial concerning the Lake Ontario, Auburn and New York 
Railway. 

MS 64-942 
Tan Cleef, Mynderse, 1853-1935. 

Papers, 1841-1930. 2 ft. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (2070) 

Lawyer, of Tompkins Co., N. Y. and Cornell University 
trustee. Correspondence, briefs, agreements, accounts, mem- 
oranda, and other papers concerning estate settlements, 
property transferrers, and the affairs of various business 
concerns, including the Lyceum Theatre Company (1893- 
1909),. the Ithaca Independent Telephone Company (1900- 
16) in association with the Consolidated Telephone Com- 
pany of Cleveland and the Federal Telephone and Tele- 
graph Company of Buffalo, the Ulysses Light Company of 
Trumansburg and the Ovid Light Company, the Ithaca 
Street Railway Company, and others. 

Gift of Mrs. Arthur W. Booth, 1960. 

MS 64-943 
Van Schaick collection, 1732-1826. 82 items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (393) 

Correspondence (in English and Dutch) relating to the 
fur trade, West India trade, land, hazards of shipping dur- 
ing King George's War, and other topics; deeds, leases, in- 
ventories, receipts, wills, and accounts from Albany and 
Saratoga counties, N. Y., and elsewhere; plan of Oswego, 
N. Y.; and specifications (1826) for a double dwelling for 
Henry Van Schaick. Correspondents include J. N. Bleecker, 



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Van Schaick collection, 1732-1826. (Continued) 
Hendrick Cuyler, Matthew Harrison, Jacob G. Lanring, 
Brandt Schuyler, Peter Schuyler, General Philip Schuyle? 
K Ten Eyck, and Elizabeth Van Corlaer. »=™y«»r» 

Tnmsf erred from Cornell University's Agricultural Eco- 
nomics Library, 1946. -*■=«»- 

WaD family. ^^^ 

Papers, 1857-81. ca. 110 items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (2012) 

Letters from Charles William Wall (1844-1917) a ser- 
geant in the 151st Regt, New York Volunteers, mainly con- 
cerning troop movements, camp experiences, and other 
aspects of his life as a Union Army soldier in Maryland, 
Virginia, and Washington, D. C, but also dealing with Ids 
employment by a mining and milling company in Colorado 
(1869); other Civil War letters from William Emerson, 
Henry Harrington, and Charles McCarthy; letters from 
Jane Middleton, telling of her work in New York City 
among indigent women (1864) ; and an autobiographical 
sketch (1881) of Andrew Wall who had emigrated from 
England in 1833. 

Gift of Mrs. Howard E. Babcock, 1960. 

_... ,. „ MS 64-945 

Welch Grape Juice Company, inc. 

Records, 1880-1944. 19 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (1774) 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) 

Accounts ( 1900-10) , including trial balance book, ledgers, 
cashbook, journals, salesbooks, invoices, and an index; type- 
written copies of a speech, The story of Welch's grape juice, 
given by Edgar T. Welch before the Chautauqua County 
Historical Society (1944) and of an advertising blotter dis- 
tributed by the company in 1880. 

Wells, George Frederick, 1878-1958 ^ ^^^ 

Papers, 1900-58. 8 ft 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
.History and University Archives (2141) 

Methodist minister. Correspondence, diaries (38 v) 
many drafts of articles on the rural church and its role in 
the community, church federation, theological questions, and 
other subjects, and copies of periodicals containing Wells' 
articles; sermons with indexes; scrapbooks and notebooks 
(18 v.) ; pamphlets, tracts, and church programs; bibliogra- 
phy of writings concerning the Country Church Movement; 
and Wells' book The status of rural Vermont (1903). Much 
of the correspondence is with World War n servicemen. 
Other correspondents include Kenyon L Butterneld, Staler 
E. Davis, Mark Dawber, Edward R. Eastman, Geonre B 
? 1 ? M ^ *L° 9eph I \ Hms ' Henr 7 Jsn ^ Benson Y. Landis! 

&Sw wT M S£?%£;. B - Saniord ' Paul L V °«£ 
Frank A. Wough, and Ralph Williamson. 

Gift of Mrs. Wells, 1961. 

,_. MS 64-947 

Wnetzel, Herbert Hice, 1877-1944, collector 
Papers, 1887-1926. lbox. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional His- 
tory and University Archives (37/5/62) 

Letters from or concerning Professor Thomas B. Mason. 
Includes papers relating to John H. Comstock, George Con- 
able Simon Henry Gage, L R. Hesler, Richard Jf. Holman, 
Will F. Lewis, and Annie D. Thomas. 



m . MS 64-948 

White, Mary (Outwater) 1836-1887. 
Papers, 1848-57. 91 items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives ( 1/2/421 ) a 

Letters from Mary to Andrew Dickson White (1832^ 
1918) during their courtship; an undated letter to Mary 
from her mother, Lucia Outwater; an undated letter to 
White from Mary's friend, Maria H. Wilkinson; and a 
short essay (1848) on painting. Includes many notes by 
Andrew Dickson White commenting on the contents of the 
papers. 

m MS 64-949 

Williams family. 

Flora Williams French estate papers, 1806-1946. 210 
items. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (315, 421) 

Account books of Perrigo and Avery (1860-82), of the 
Groton Iron Bridge Company (1877-87), of William Wil- 
liams & Company, an insurance firm (1888-1922), of a car- 
riage and cabinetmaker, and of a general store; personal ac- 
counts (1809-83); commencement programs (1872-89) of 
the State Normal and Training School (now the New York 
State University College) at Cortland, N. Y.; catalogs, cir- 
culars, and graduation programs of the Groton Union 
School (1874-1901) and of the Groton Academy (1860-70) ; 
MSS. by James B. French entitled Early history of Wil- 
liams family, The Williams homestead, and Groton Iron 
Bridge Company; pamphlets on the early history of Groton, 
N. Y ; miscellaneous material ; and 6 photos, of an old type 
of iron highway bridge and a letter describing the structure. 

Gift of James B. French, administratior of the Flora 
Williams French estate, m 

„,. „ MS 64-950 

Wing, Henry Hiram, 1859-1936. 
Papers, 1877-1937. 1 box. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (21/20/144) 

Professor of animal husbandry at Cornell University. A 
volume of commendatory letters written to and about Wing 
from the time of his retirement in 1928 to his death; Wing's 
student course record book (1877-81) ; his Master of Science 
thesis, The botanical relationships of the cultivated varieties 
of garden beans; 45 photos, of members of the Cornell Class 
of 1881; and pamphlets and magazine articles written in 
. . Wing's honor. 

MS64-951 
Wood, J J 

Dairy farm accounts, 1865-78. 8 v. 

In Cornell University Library, Collection of Regional 
History and University Archives (994) 

Account books and bills of a dairy farm in Mount Eisco, 
Westchester Co., N Y 

_ _ „ „ MS 64-952 

Woodruff, Mrs. Percy. 

Woodruff coDection, 1789-1938. 1496 items. A 

^In Cornell University Library, Collection of RegionaT 
History and University Archives (347) 

Correspondence and other papers of a number of related 
families of Preston, Chenango Co., N Y. Kaercher family 
papers include letters (1838-45) to George Kaercher, a di- 
vinity student at Burr Seminary, Manchester, Vt and 
Western Reserve, Ohio, chiefly from other divinity students 
at these colleges and at Williams College, Yale University 
and Manual Labor Institute, Marion, Ala.; letters (1846- 



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Woodruff, Mrs. Percy. Woodruff collection, 1789-1938. 

(Continued) 

50) to Kaercher when he was a minister at Peninsula and 
Burton, Ohio, commenting on education, economic and 
social conditions, the costs of travel, revivals among students 
and laymen, Millerism, Taylorism, the need of ministers 
among German immigrants of Ohio and Pennsylvania, the 
American Tract Society, religion on the frontier, epidemics, 
the Kev. Albert Barnes, Dr. Tyng, and other clergymen; 
commissions from and reports to the American Home Mis- 
sionary Society; licenses to preach; accounts as to expenses 
and salaries; Kaercher's correspondence during the Civil 
War with the Woman's Central Association of Belief; and 
3 boxes of sermons with a few antimasonic and antislavery 
items. Packer family papers include deeds, bonds, agree- 
ments, accounts, receipts, and personal and business corres- 
pondence of the Packer, Mason and Kaercher families; 
veterinary formulas of Jonathan Packer; and diaries, essays, 
poetry, and miscellaneous papers. 
Gift of Mrs. Woodruff. 



MS 64-953 
Dreiser, Theodore, 1871-1945. 

Papers, ca. 1893-1961. 13 ft. (ca. 4000 items) and 4 reels 
of microfilm (positive) 

In Cornell University Library, Dept of Rare Books. 

In part, transcripts (typewritten) and photocopies (nega- 
tive) of originals, mostly at the University of Pennsylvania, 
made by Robert H. Elks for his books, Theodore Dreiser, 
apostle of nature (1949) and Letters of Dreiser (1959). 

Author. Correspondence, articles, speeches, clippings, and 
other papers concerning Dreiser's works and philosophy, 
his interest in social reform, the American spectator, and 
flfc the suppression of Dreiser's book The genius (1915) ; to- 
gether with correspondence of Robert Henry Elias (b. 1914) 
concerning Dreiser and the acquisition of the collection; and 
the galley sheets of Gertrude Stein's Four in America. Cor- 
respondents include Sherwood Anderson, James T. Farrell, 
H. L. Mencken, and Franklin D. Roosevelt 

Unpublished index and card catalog in the library. 

Gift of Robert H. Elias, 1961. 



MS 64-954 
Kipling, Rndyard, 1865-1936. 

Papers, 1820-1959. 4 ft (ca. 600 items) 

In Cornell University Library, Dept of RareBooks. 

British author. Correspondence (1866-1935) concerning 
Sapling's works, sketches, clippings, poems, articles, literary 
MSS. including an unpublished four-line verse in Kipling's 
hand, and photos.; together with letters and MSS. of 
Edmonia Taylor Hill and some members of Kipling's family. 

Card catalog in the library. 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Paterson, 1951-62. 



MS 64-955 
k Lewis, Wyndham, 1882-1957. 
i Papers, 1877-1957. 17 ft (ca. 7000 items) 

In Cornell University Library, Dept °f Bare Books. 
In part, transcripts and photocopies. 
English author and artist Correspondence, including let- 
ters by Lewis (chiefly 1941-49) concerning literature, art, 
publication of his works, lecture engagements, and personal 
matters; MSS. and typescripts of proposed and unpublished 
works, and of various versions of published works; galley 
proofs with revisions; drawings; documents, including 



photocopies of an affidavit signed by Lewis' mother certify- 
ing the date of his birth; notebooks; scrapbooks; clippings, 
mostly of re vi e ws; printed matter including catalogs of ex- 
hibitions of his work and advertisements for his lectures; 
and photos.; together with MS. and typescript material of 
other writers, including Michael Ayrton, T. S. Eliot, 
Geoffrey Grigson, Charles Edward Lewis, Ezra Pound, 
Omar Shakspear Pound, Lynette Roberts, and Stephen 
Spender. Correspondents include Lewis' parents and fam- 
ily, T. S. Eliot, Augustus E. John, Thomas Sturge Moore, 
Ezra Pound, and many other artists, writers, publishers, 
admirers, and personal friends. 

Unpublished index and card catalog in the library. Also 
descried in Wyndham Lewis at Cornell by William K 
Rose (1961) 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of William G- Mennen, 1959. 

MS 64-956 
Maurepas, Jean Frfderic Phelypeaux, comte de, 1701-1781. 

Papers, 1731-51. ca. 3 ft (626 items) 

In Cornell University Library, Dept of Rare Books. 

French Minister of Marine and Secretary of State. Cor- 
respondence, reports, documents, and printed matter con- 
cerning naval affairs such as shipbuilding, cartography, 
naval finances, and service reviews of officers'; French com- 
merce with Portugal, Prussia, Russia, and Spain; problems 
of English competition on the seas; the Jacobites; and 
American affairs. Includes letters or documents by Charles 
Edward, the Young Pretender, George n, Louis xv, Saint- 
Simon, and Voltaire. 
Unpublished index and card catalog in the library. 
Purchase and gift of Arthur H Dean, 1962. 

MS64-957 
Wordsworth, William, 1770-1850. 

Papers, ca. 1795-1950. ca. 8 ft (1569 items) 

In Cornell University Library, Dept of Rare. Books. 

In part, transcripts and photocopies. 

English poet Letters and MSS., some in an album (1795- 
1848) compiled by Joseph Cottle, Bristol publisher, of 
Wordsworth, Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1795-1834), Robert 
Southey (1795-1839), William Cowper, and others; together 
with correspondence and papers (1878-1950) of William 
Angus Knight (1836-1913), Lane Cooper (1875-1959), and 
Cynthia (Morgan) St John (1852-1919) concerning the 
poets. Correspondents include Charles and Elizabeth Aden, 
Thomas AUsop, Derwent Coleridge, Joseph Cottle, James 
and Ann Gilhnan, James Gillman, Jr., George Huntley 
Gordon, Basil Montagu, Edward Moxon, Henry Reed, Wil- 
liam Sotheby, Sir Thomas Noon Talfourd, Christopher 
Wordsworth (1774-1846), Christopher Wordsworth, Bp. of 
Lincoln (1807-1885), and Dora Wordsworth. 

Unpublished index in the library. Also described in The 
Wordsworth collection, compiled by Leslie Nathan Brough- 
ton (1931), its Supplement (1942), and The Cornell Words- 
worth collection, compiled by George Harris Healey (1957) 

Information on literary rights available in the library. 

Gift of Victor Emanuel, 1925; and later gifts and pur- 
chases. Formerly owned by (3ynthia(Morgan)St• John. 

MS 64-958 

Hayes family. 

Papers, 1814-1919. (MS 61-278) 
Addition, 1770-1910. ca. 2 ft. (553 items) 

In Delaware Public Archives Commission collections. 

Personal and business letters, accounts, memoranda, deeds, 
estate settlements, and miscellaneous personal papers of 
members of the Hayes family and their Emerson, Lockwood, 
and Marim relatives. Relates to personal and family life, 
public affairs, farming, business of many types, public 



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Hayes family. Papers, 1814-1919. (Continued) 

health in Philadelphia, travel in the U. S. and abroad, 
schools, service in the Seminole and Civil Wars, Indian 
affairs in the 1830's, and other topics particularly concerned 
with the second half of the 19th century and with residents 
of Kent Co., Del. and Philadelphia and Lancaster, Pa. 
Persons represented include Gouverneur Emerson, Alexan- 
der L. Hayes, Harriet S. Hayes, Manlove Hayes, Jr., and 
Charles Marim. 

Calendar of the letters and checklist of the personal 
papers available in the repository. Also described in Acces- 
sions list of the Delaware Public Archives Commission, 
v. 10, no. 4 (July 1961) and v. 11, no. 1 (Oct. 1961) 

Information on literary rights available in the repository. 

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilson, 1961. 



„ MS 64-959 

Green, Adeline (Burr) Davis, 1850 (<?o.)-1931. 
Correspondence, 1828-1955. (MS 61-1338) 

Addition, 1814-1956. 367 items and 6 v. 

In Duke University Library. 

Correspondence, wills, photos., and newspaper clippings. 
Includes 30 letters (1851-53) from Mrs. Green's brother, 
James M Burr, to his wife Caroline in Como, 111., while he 
was in California searching for gold together with his jour- 
nal for the same period; letters (1906-28) to Mrs Green 
from Jessica Randolph Smith dealing with life in Washing- 
ton, D. C, and with the Daughters of the Confederacy; and 
later letters, chiefly from the Aaron Burr Association to 
Miss E. Carolyn Burr. Other correspondents include David 
Davis, Rebecca Latimer Felton, Wharton Jackson Green, 
William Preston Johnston, J. Harry McGregor, Willie Per- 
son Mangum, Adlai Ewing Stevenson (1835-1914), John 
Palmer Usher, and Stephen Beauregard Weeks. 
Card index in the library. 
Acquired, 1962. 



„ . MS 64-960 

Gnswold, Rufus Wflmot, 1815-1857. 

Correspondence of Southern writers, 1834-78. 1 reel of 
microfilm (174 items) 

In Duke University Library. 

Microfilm copy (negative) of the originals in the Boston 
Public Library. 

_ Letters of Daniel Bryan, Thomas Holley Chivers, John 
Esten Cooke, Philip Pendleton Cooke, Elizabeth Fries 
(Lummis) Ellet, George W. Eveleth, Paul Hamilton Hayne, 
Caroline L. Hentz, Francis Scott Key, Hugh S. Legare, Au- 
gustus Baldwin Longstreet, Albert Pike, George D. Pren- 
tice, William Gilmore Simms, Frederick William Thomas, 
John R. Thompson, George Tucker, Nathaniel Beverley 
Tucker, William Ross Wallace, Amelia B. Welby, John W. 
Wilde, and Richard H. Wilde. Letters by Chivers Thomas, 
and Nathaniel Beverley Tucker are mainly to Edgar Allan 

Card index in the library. 



Kershner, Edward. 

Papers, 1861-1902. (MS 62-1517) 
-Addition, 1862-1902. 2 v. 



MS 64-961 



In Duke University Library. 
Naval medical casebook (1862-64) and scrapbook (1895- 
1902). 
Card index in the library. 
Acquired, 1962. 



MS 64-962 
Morris, Homer Lawrence, 1886-195L 

Papers, 1908-51. 12 ft 

In Earlham College Library (Richmond, Ind.) 

Economist and educator. Correspondence, diaries, and re^k 
ports concerning relief and rehabilitation in Germany and^ 
Russia in 1921-23, European peace organizations and inter- 
national relations, relief of coal miners in Kentucky and 
West Virginia in 1932, assistance to European refugees in 
1939, and Morris' work for the American Friends Service 
Committee, and the Subsistence Homesteads Division of the 
Dept of the Interior (1933) ; notes for speeches; student 
notebooks from Earlham College, Indiana University, and 
Columbia University; outlines of courses taught at Penn, 
Hunter, and Earlham Colleges and Fisk University; and 
MS. and typewritten copies of Moms' work Plight of the 
bituminous coal miner (1934). 

Open to investigators under library restrictions. 

Gift of Edna W. and James H. Morris, 1961. 

This entry replaces MS 62-2167. 

MS 64-968 
Gibbs, Wolcott, 1822-1908. 

Correspondence, 1845-1908. 2 ft 
In Franklin Institute Library (Philadelphia) 
Professor at Harvard University. Scientific and per- 
sonal correspondence. Includes letters relating to the 
founding of the University Club at Harvard, to a fund to 
honor August Wilhelm Hofmann, to the Bache Fund, and 
to the National Academy of Science; and letters from Gibbs 
to Benjamin Apthorp Gould and Ogden Nicholas Rood. 
Open to investigators under library restrictions. 
This entry replaces MS 61-1655. 

MS64-9fllP 
Standley, William Harrison, 1872-1963. 

Papers, 1892-1958. 25 ft 

In University of Southern California Library. 

Naval officer and U. S. Ambassador to the USSR. Per- 
sonal and official correspondence, addresses, and printed ma- 
terials, chiefly 1933-36 and 1949-54, relating to Standley's 
naval career, his ambassadorship to the USSR, 1942-43, 
and his interests in political and civic organizations after 
World War n. 

Unpublished guide in the library. 

Gift of Admiral Standley, 1962. 

MS64-965 
Bruce, John G 1810-1890. 

Papers, 1838-90. 38 items and 19 v. 

In Methodist Publishing House Library (Nashville) 

Methodist minister. Correspondence, diaries, sermons, 
journals (1837-90), and other papers. Includes papers re- 
lating to Ayres Academy, College TTiir Ky; and minutes 
(1859-62) of quarterly conferences of the Harrodsburg, Ky. 
District of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South; pre- 
pared by Bruce. 

Card index in the repository. 

MS 64-9, 
Christian advocate. 

Records and materials on Methodism, 1882-1937. ca. 3250 
items and 36 folders. 
In Methodist Publishing House library (Nashville) 
Correspondence, reports, minutes of meetings, addresses, 
clippings, pamphlets, photos., portraits, and other material 
on many subjects of Methodist interest Includes material 
collected by the periodical as well as correspondence of the 
editors. Topics covered include unification of the Metho- 



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Christian advocate. Records and materials on Methodism, 
1882-1937. (Continued) 

dist churches in the 17. S., early Methodism in America, 
^ bishops of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Methodist col- 

^ r leges and periodicals, the Methodist church in countries in 

Europe, Asia, and Latin America, missionary work with 
JinKa-Tia hi Oregon, the Association of Methodist Historical 
Societies, Methodist Federation for Social Service, the Fed- 
eral Council of Churches of Christ in America, the church 
in Russia after the Revolution, Negroes, temperance, Chris- 
tian Science, Mormonism, the Kh-Klux Elan, world peace, 
John Alanson Patten (1867-1916) and his "Wine of Cardui 
and other patent medicines, Samuel Parkes Cadman (1864- 
1936) and his views on the Bible, Bishop Francis Asbury 
(1745-1816), Robert Ingersoll (1838-1899), Abraham Ion- 
coin, Aimee Semple McPherson (1890-1944), John New- 
land Maffitt (1794-1850), Charles Taze Russell (1852-1916), 
Harry Frederick Ward (b. 1873), and John Wesley (1703- 
1791). Correspondents include Bishop Joseph Flintoft 
Berry, Ruthella Bernard (Mory) Bibbins, James Monroe 
Buckley, George Peck Eckman, James Richard Joy, Bishop 
Thomas Benjamin Neely, Robert William Perks, and Mar- 
garet Newton Van Cott 
Card index in the repository. 



MS 64-967 
Hamilton, John WiHiam, Bp., 1845-1934. 

Papers, 1910-31. ca. 110 items. 

In Methodist Publishing House Library (Nashville) 

Methodist clergyman. Correspondence with James R. 
Joy, editor of the Christian advocate; clippings, addresses, 
and printed material concerning Bishop Hamilton's trips to 
England. Includes a paper entitled The Society of the 
Friends of the Constitution. 

Card index in the repository. 



MS64-968 
HartzeU, Joseph Crane, Bp., 1842-1929. 

Papers, 1909-12. 162 items. 

In Methodist Publishing House Library (Nashville) 

Methodist clergyman. Correspondence and other papers 
relating to Bishop Hartzell's missionary activities in Africa. 
Includes lists of donors to the work of the mission and in- 
formation on the Diamond Jubilee of mission wor